Apple has plans to use hydrogen in batteries allowing iPhones and iPods to hold a charge for WEEKS
Apple has plans to use hydrogen in batteries allowing iPhones and iPods to hold a charge for WEEKS – Batteries as you know them may become a thing of the past for your Apple products as the company hopes to use hydrogen cells to produce lighter batteries that could last for weeks. The company is staying on the cutting edge as they have recently submitted applications for patents to create new energy sources for their products. The filings that the company submitted seem to have rather bold promises of allowing electronics to run for days or weeks without having to be recharged.
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