Apple news: iPhone 2018 can speed up wireless charging!
Apple is said to have decided to gearing up to launch the new 2018 wireless iPhone to exceed the current 7.5W limit.
According to the 9to5Mac, when the iPhone 8 and X launch, it only supports up to 5W wireless charging before being raised to 7.5W when Apple releases an iOS 11.2 update. However, things will change this year.
This is not one of the striking features of the iPhone 2017 series compared to previous iPhone versions, which allow users to more conveniently charge the battery compared to charging over the Lightning cable. The problem is that the maximum support power of 7.5W makes them weak compared to many other products, especially the main rival Samsung equipped with the ability to charge up to 15W for newer smartphones.
So Apple is said to have decided to gearing up to launch the new 2018 wireless iPhone to exceed the current 7.5W limit.. To provide 10W or 15W wireless charging, instead of using a flexible print circuit (FPC) for wireless coils that are low-energy and overheat, Apple will switch to using copper coils for at least one in the 2018 iPhone. Compared to the FPC, copper coils provide both greater performance and power, but will require a thicker circuit.
It is unclear whether Apple is offering a new wireless charger on all of the 2018 iPhones or simply limiting a version, which is likely to be the 6.5-inch OLED iPhone.