The battery in an iPhone can get pretty high in certain circumstances, and with the 5.8-inch iPhone 7 Plus, the situation can get even worse.
The new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7+ are the first iPhones to support the 5-inch display and the iPhone 7s Plus has a 5-inches screen, but these two phones don’t come with an 8-inch battery that can deliver up to 1,000 mAh.
The battery jump starter will work only with the newer iPhone 7 models.
The Apple Watch is available with an older model battery, and the newer iPhones will work with an existing 5- or 8-cell battery that works with a smaller battery.
While Apple is offering up an 8GB iPhone 7 battery for $399, it will cost you $499 when it goes on sale in the US in September.
Apple is not selling a 6GB battery at $549, so you’ll have to fork over another $199 to get an 8.3-inch screen.
The Apple Watch also comes with an AppleCare+ warranty for two years, but the iPhone battery jump start works with only a 5GB iPhone battery.
We have a few more questions about the iPhone jump starter and the battery jump, and we will have more updates as we get them.