Monday, March 25, 2019

2019 iPhone could support wireless charging - 18W USB-C Charger

We are just a few hours away from Apple's "It's Show Time" event in which Apple could announce new iPhones. It looks like that Apple is going to announce the new iPhone with some feature in the Galaxy S10 phone.

According to a new report from Mac Otakara, based on information received from unspecified Chinese supplier sources, that Apple’s next iPhone update might very well include a new bilateral wireless charging feature. It would let the phone wirelessly charge Qi-compliant devices such as an Apple Watch or a new wireless charging case for AirPods.

Ahead of Samsung’s February 20 Galaxy S10 press event, realiable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of TF International Securities predicted that 2019’s iPhones would support bidirectional wireless charging (along with larger batteries and other upgrades).

Basically, the rumor implies that customers purchasing a brand new iPhone model this fall will be able to go from dead to fifty percent charge in about 30 minutes by using just the included charger and the Lightning to USB-C cable.

2019 models will reportedly include the same 5.8, 6.1 and 6.5 -inch screen sizes, indicating successors to the current iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR lineup.


Post a Comment