iPhone 6 Graphene features multiple benefits


If you have not heard about Graphene and love Apple with a desire to purchase the iPhone 6 when it meets a release date either this year, or in 2014 at some point, then we recommend you look into this material and why it could be one of the most important smartphone upgrades yet if Apple decides to feature iPhone 6 with Graphene.

iPhone 6 with Graphene would bring multiple benefits — if this technology joined the iPhone 6 features, then we could be looking at something truly special that Apple could package in an innovative way. The list of benefits Graphene offers mobile devices is longer than some people realize, and then there are those of our readers that have never heard of this material.

Today, we wanted to highlight some of the benefits possible for a future iPhone or iPad and how Graphene would help protect the hardware and deliver better battery life along other improvements.

The first article we want to highlight touches on how Graphene can help create less chunky mobile devices, and the post on The Conversation explains a little more about the world’s strongest and thinnest material known as Graphene. They also explain how this extremely conductive material can improve energy storage, so your iPhone 6 featuring this tech could take battery life to a new level.

Another article on Discovery explains in more detail about other uses for the world’s strongest material along with explaining how Super Capacitor could power a smartphone for many days. They also link to another article detailing exactly what a Super Capacitor is, how it works and why it would power the likes of an iPhone 6 for days if Apple integrated this technology.


Finally, you might have seen a previous iPhone 6 concept design by Johnny Plaid that can be seen in the images above and below with so-called Retina 2 technology. This edge-to-edge concept design might have some people thinking the iPhone 6 screen would break taking glass to the corners, but after looking closer you will see that Graphene makes it all possible and would take the weight of an elephant standing on a pencil on top of the iPhone 6. That explains the strength of Graphene in a nutshell.


Would you love to see iPhone 6 release with Graphene technology?


5 thoughts on “iPhone 6 Graphene features multiple benefits”

  1. Richard Evans says:

    Articles like this are vomitworthy. When I thought people getting overly excited about I-devices old at the point of release was ridiculous a whole new level, raving about technology not even in existence, but a concept… Did you hear about the new nexus 10 which can order your favourite takeaway for you because it knows you’re hungry?! Shame my One’s BlinkFeed keeps throwing crap like this at me to spoil my not retina, but full HD screen…

    1. Tom Sly says:

      Couldn’t agree more with Mr. Evans. Not to mention the one sidedness of the author. All the OEMs are interested in graphene development. Apple would likely be purchasing their “graphene screens” from another manufacturer. Apple is great at mixing a good recipee for a nice device. Not inventing things. Innovation is second to legislation on Apples To-Do list. Also used my HTC One’s 1080P display to look at what I’m typing. 😉

  2. Richard Evans says:

    I thought i’d try and add a slightly more constructive comment on the article following my tired one from last night. Graphene is a fantastic technology that as @tomsly:disqus said is highly applicable to all OEMs creating products for all platforms whether it be iOS, windows phone, android (or even BBos). There was no need to tie it, at least so tightly with any particular vendor, especially naming a non existent device saying isn’t it going to be great. This article should really be two, one covering graphene as a potential development for ALL mobile devices and the fantastic features to be offered, and one covering a very pretty concept picture of an iOS device. I don’t have a problem with people writing articles saying look at this pretty picture some person created, it’s just a shame to have what could otherwise have been an interesting and relevant article tainted by appearing to have been created by an Apple Marketer.

  3. Graystar says:

    I cant really fathom the negativity of some posters on this page! Surely they should be excited about the prospects for future use of graphene rather than just plain slating it!

    It seems to me to be a case of “I hate Apple and all it stands for” so therefore I cannot be more mature about radical breakthroughs that could benefit us all in the tech world and beyond!

    Perhaps you guys should see through your hatred and bitterness and grow up!