For wireless charging the iPhone 8 will have to buy a separate Apple device
11.02.2017 0 Comments
All three new iPhone models that will debut this year, will receive support wireless charging, announced on Saturday a Japanese trade publication Mac Otakara. With this users will have to buy a separate Apple wireless charger.
The publication, citing assurances from the sources, known for his pretty accurate predictions regarding Apple, said that this year the “Apple” company will present three smartphone – 4.7-inch, 5.5-inch and a radical new model with 5 inch display and the glass housing. Two models should be the successors of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and keep LCD displays, the third device may be more expensive and to get an OLED screen.
Provider of wireless chargers for the new iPhone, as noted, will be the company Luxshare, which, according to rumors, is a supplier of components for wireless charging Apple Watch.
The source is not told exactly how that will be implemented by the wireless transmission of power for iPhone. Apple already equips such chargers, “smart” watches, so it is possible that smartphones will get similar technology.
Previously, Apple was actively opposed to the existing wireless charging technology. In particular, the company’s head of worldwide product marketing Phil Schiller said that the smartphone wireless charging still need a charger connected to an electrical outlet, so Apple don’t see a significant convenience of this technology.
Sources have repeatedly reported that Apple is working on advanced technology, able to charge devices at a distance, so perhaps owners of iPhone 8 waiting for something new.
In Mac Otakara added that Apple will continue to sell a separate cable with a Lightning-to-USB-C to connect to the new MacBook, but no longer boxed with iPhone adapter Lightning to 3.5 mm. to Supply the latter with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus it was decided due to the lack of commercially AirPods and other wireless headphone models, the company at the time of smartphones.
Publication Mac Otakara one of the first told about the rejection of a 3.5 mm headphone Jack in the iPhone 7, Apple’s plans for a new smartphone in the color Jet Black and the larger hole for the speaker at last year’s flagships. Although some of the information resource is not yet confirmed, in particular, the release of the iPhone 7 in color Jet White and run the program exchange batteries for the iPhone 6.