The iPhone 11, might not come with reverse wireless charging. It was previously reported that 2019's iPhones were likely to receive reversible charging functionality, that now seems unlikely according to a new report from Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst with a well-earned reputation for making Apple-centric predictions. Kuo believes that Apple may drop wireless power sharing functionality from this year's iPhones because “charging efficiency may not meet Apple’s requirements.”
Given that the Cupertino company completely cancelled its much-hyped and long-awaited AirPower mat earlier in the year for that same reason, that reasoning does seem highly likely, even if Apple has never publicly acknowledged the functionality with regards to its new iPhones.
If true, this would prove hugely disappointing to owners of Apple's second-generation AirPods, who were likely hoping to wirelessly charge their earbuds on the backs of the new iPhone 11 this year – Samsung's Galaxy S10 owners have been able to charge their Galaxy Buds this way since March this year. Read More...
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