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Apple’s next iPhone may wirelessly charge other devices

SAMAA | - Posted: Mar 24, 2019 | Last Updated: 1 year ago
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Posted: Mar 24, 2019 | Last Updated: 1 year ago
Apple’s next iPhone may wirelessly charge other devices

Other features include a bigger battery

Photo: AFP

Apple’s next iPhone may be jumping on the wireless charging bandwagon, joining competitors Huawei and Samsung. 

The two companies recently introduced a helpful feature in some of their latest phones — the ability charge other devices wirelessly off of the new phones, allowing you to share a bit of your battery life in a pinch. Japanese blog Macotakara reports that Apple’s next iPhone might include the feature.

The blog cites Chinese suppliers, which back up an earlier report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo that claimed that the the 2019 iPhone would get such a feature, along with upgraded cameras and a bigger battery.

Related: Apple unveils new models of iPad Air and iPad mini

It also noted that the next iPhone might come with a new charging cable and the 18W charging port that comes with the iPad Pro, although it won’t utilize USB-C.

Being able to wirelessly charge off of an iPhone would be useful, especially after Apple announced that the second generation of AirPods would come with a wireless charging case (as well as rumors that wireless Beats Powerbeats earbuds are coming) — a feature that would be extremely useful if your headphones or Apple Watch die while you’re out and about and away from a charger.

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      Abdul hadi jakhrani  March 25, 2019 8:12 am/ Reply

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