Everything seems to point out that all the iPhone that will be released in 2017 can be loaded wirelessly , ie the iPhone 7s, the iPhone 7s Plus and the iPhone X. However and despite the supposedly high cost of the new iPhone , the accessory for the load Wireless would not be included in the price, having to be purchased separately . What do you think of the measure? Will you buy it?
This will be used a technology supplied by the Chinese company Luxshare that although it does not require cables, will work by contacting the base load inductively . An existing technology offering a viable solution ; What's more, in fact there are already accessories like covers that allow charging in this way.
In any case the inductive load arouses less fear - due to prolonged exposure to more waves - than the long-rumored radio charge by radiofrequency. However, it is not unreasonable to think that a long-distance solution will be adopted later.
The idea of Apple in the medium term is clear: that all connections and slots of the iPhone disappear in favor of an increasingly minimalist and elegant design. That is, soon Cupertino will say goodbye to the Lightning as in their day they made the 3.5 mm jack connection oriented towards the connection via Bluetooth and other technologies.
But this is not yet going to happen with the 2017 iPhone , in which the traditional charger will be expected to coexist with this new charging accessory.
Many users have it clear: either it is long distance charging, or it is not worth it , it is not like a gasset the size of Apple Watch, in which a connection more makes a difference.
The point is clear: assuming Apple opts for this "contact" inductive load solution and sells it separately, would you buy it? Would it be worth buying? Leave your opinion in the comments
Via | 9to5Mac