Bad news for the ‘iPhone 11’ reverse wireless charging feature!
While current smartphones such as the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 come with reverse wireless charging, Apple has long been expected to include this technology in its iPhone 11 series / new iPhone models.
One week before the launch, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo announced that the new models will not have reverse wireless charging. As expected, this feature was not mentioned on September 10 for the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max.
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iPhone 11 software is turned off the reverse wireless charging feature!
Charging efficiency will not meet Apple’s requirements was given as the biggest reason. However, according to a Twitter share by Sonny Dickson, the iPhone 11 series is equipped with the necessary hardware for reverse wireless charging, but Apple blocks it in software. So, it is possible to charge AirPods or Apple Watch with new iPhones if Apple has given permission.
If this claim is true, as Ming-Chi Kuo said, the decision to cancel the reverse charge at the last moment Apple, may not have time to remove the hardware. The increase in the battery capacity of the new iPhone models is one of the factors confirming that this feature has been considered before. Because the battery is used during this process, the battery capacity of the devices must be high.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max offers 5 hours more battery life than the iPhone XS Max. Will this feature be activated with software update in the future? Almost all analysts answer “no” to the question.
What do you think about the lack of an iPhone 11 reverse wireless charger?