iPhone 8 may feature wireless charging support
The iPhone 8 rumours have been cropping out from all the different directions, and the latest one hints that iPhone 8 may feature wireless charging support. Ming-Chi Kuo, a prominent KGI analyst, said that the upcoming iPhone would feature wireless charging.
Kuo said that wireless charging adapters would be packed with just the premium variants and the base variant buyers will have to additionally purchase the accessory. The wireless adapter will be of the similar design formation as the inductive pad that was used for charging Apple Watch. He further confirmed that iPhone 8 indeed would sport a glass back to guarantee fast charging speed with the minimum disorder from frequency intrusion.
This is not the first time that the rumours of iPhone 8 featuring wireless charging made it way to the media. Earlier a leaks claimed that the upcoming iPhone would support wireless charging that can charge the device from a distance of about 15 feet which means users won’t need to place their handset on a charging plate like we use to wit wireless charging technology so far.
Further, the iPhone 8 is expected to come with a bezel-less curved display along with OLED screen. However, we have heard that the company is having issues with producing mass OLED screens, so it is likely to introduce a premium variant with it. Apparently, Apple is completely ditching the Home Button switching it with the onscreen button. It also expected to come with a faster new A11 processor and a new Touch ID system for unlocking the phone and paying through Apple Pay.
The launch of the iPhone 8 is far away, and there are more rumours to appear, and thus we cannot make our conclusion about the device yet. And we will keep you updated about all the latest news on iPhone 8.