Apple already has a Smart Battery Case for iPhone, which allows you to charge your smartphone. However, you need to insert the phone into the accessory and connect it to the Lightning connector. Now, it seems that Apple is preparing to launch a wireless charging case for the iPhone.
Now, Apple has patented a similar case that can perform a similar task, but does it with wireless charging. That is, inside the cover, there will be no connector to which you will need to connect an iPhone to charge. The patent description also indicates that the case is equipped with two coils that are located on opposite sides of the battery. This is implemented so that with the help of the case it is possible to charge other smartphone that are attached to its external panel. Finally, this case will also have the function of wirelessly charging the built-in battery using the appropriate chargers and wireless portable batteries.
This patent indicates that rumors that relate to future iPhone smartphone devoid of any connectors are not baseless. Earlier, authoritative analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (Ming-Chi Kuo) said that Apple will release such an iPhone in 2021.
The tech analyst Jon Prosser has published a tweet saying that Apple will not present an iPhone with a USB-C in the coming years and instead, the company is aiming for a future completely wireless. This reinforces the rumor that emerged last year about a portless iPhone. If this speculation went true, we do not know if Apple will launch the upcoming iPhone 12 without ports. Or if it will arrive with a lightning port and the portless iPhone will be delayed to 2021.
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