Apple might use LG's stacked batteries for the iWatch, but no solar charging or curved screen
curved ones, but rather regular blocky Li-ion units. Well, not exactly regular, as Apple is said to be shopping for LG Chem's "stepped" batteries, as these allow higher capacities to be fitted in every nook and cranny of the respective mobile device, and helped LG stuff a huge battery in the LG G2, resulting in excellent battery life. As usual, Apple is hedging its bets, and the publication says it has also approved Tianjin Lishen Battery as a third supplier for the iWatch juicers."Industry sources" have tipped Korean media that Apple will use LG- and Samsung-made batteries for the iWatch, and those won't be the
Apparently, we won't have the rumored curved display on the potential iWatch either, tipped the insiders, as there was no point in curving a sub-2" panel, plus ergonomics testing has concluded it will be uncomfortable to wear for long hours on wrists of many different sizes.