IPhone: Inductive charging yes, but slow

IPhone: Inductive charging yes, but slow

Whether at least one of the new iPhones expected in a few weeks will support inductive charging is still completely unclear; The back of glass, seen on more and more photos, would theoretically make the implementation of this technology possible. There are plenty of “hints”.

On the Japanese website Macotakara is now however to be read, Apple would offer this possibility very well, but the possibilities of the Qi standard but not fully exploit. Only 7.5 watts of power should be able to absorb the iPhone: 50 percent of the feasible. So whoever wants to power the phone so it would have to bring time.

Also the use of older charge trays, which support the Qi standard, seems questionable with regard to the new iPhone. According to reports, Apple will use a special chip, which must be installed and licensed by the manufacturers.

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