Although we have guides on adding wireless charging feature to your current iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, which we will talk about later. But the news today surfaced is pointing at whether Apple’s 2017 iPhone to bring wireless charging support. The latest report from a reliable source, KGI Securities suggests the next device, so-called iPhone 8 will support wireless charging. Here are the details.
As per the new report that claims the Cupertino-based company is expected to announce three new iPhones this fall, or before that. All of those iPhone models will reportedly be supporting wireless charging and glass casing. Also Read: Foxconn Testing iPhone 8 Wireless Charging Modules, Reportedly To Feature OLED Display.
Rumored earlier that one of the 2017 iPhone model topped with OLED display and wireless charging capabilities. In fact, KGI Securities also says that wireless charging would increase the internal temperature of the phones though, generally users are not expected to identify any heat differences. In this case study, the new Apple’s hardware component could eventually increase the cost of production by up to $5 per iPhone. Also Read: Apple Tipped To Release Three New iPhones In 2017, Top-OLED Model Dubbed Ferrari.
On Apple’s 10th anniversary, the company is all but expected to bring iPhone models with major design, changes too. Tipped to release three new iPhone variants; one of which will be more premium model with bezel-less display and two other phones will be the successor to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Dubbed iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus?
And the source also predicts wireless charging for all three iPhones; iPhone 8 requires higher cost 3D Touch sensor, could go with a price-tag over $1000 in the United States. Stay tuned for more!