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Thursday, 17 August 2017

IPhone 8: this component will make wireless charging possible



Apple will introduce three new smartphones during the next month of September. In theory, the apple bite company will launch the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 (iPhone X, iPhone Edition, iPhone Pro ...).

The 10th Anniversary iPhone will feature exclusive features such as the OLED display, 3D sensors and a redesigned design. But it is speculated that all new Apple smartphones will be compatible with wireless charging .

Previously we have already seen some models of the wireless charging system of the iPhone, but today has leaked some photographs of its alleged motherboard . This component will enable the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 to charge inductively.


The iPhone 8's wireless charging dock will be sold separately


This hardware component will be located under the crystal housing (a highly conductive material) and will enable the transfer of energy through induction technology.

It is noteworthy to note that the wireless charging technology of the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 will be available as an alternative and optional . That is, the smartphones of 2017 will continue to have a USB port Lightning to charge the battery of the devices with a cable and the wireless charging dock would be sold separately .


Even so, we have not yet seen any filtration of the design of this dock or wireless charging accessory. Let's hope you have the usual design elegance of Apple products.

The iPhone's 2017 wireless charging will use standard Qi technology instead of an Apple-branded system.


To finish with the news, it is interesting to mention that a couple of months ago a sound was present in iOS 11 that could be related to the wireless load, in the following video you will be able to listen it.

What do you think about Apple's wireless charging system? Do you think the company will be able to improve the existing technology? Is Apple late? Should they sell it separately?

Source | Apple Insider

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