It appears that Apple will at long last be adding wireless charging capability to the iPhone.
Following a thought that the Big A has just started large scale manufacturing for its forthcoming lead handset, Dutch tech news outlet TechTastic has uncovered pictures of what is reportedly iPhone parts and schematics for its wireless charging.
It is hard to bind precisely what the pics tell, yet the publication indicated that they are a genuinely solid sign Apple’s new phone will have wireless charging.
For context, the leak originates from repair organization GeekBar, which has beforehand held the capacity to get its hands on actual Apple hardware before release.
The first snap demonstrates a battery sticker with glue in the centre, probably where the wireless charging coil will be put.
Despite the sticker, there is another collection of leaked pictures that show hardware parts being equipped for the charging deck.
Wireless charging has been a standout amongst the most talked about features the new iPhone could get.
The tremendous nod the innovation could, in reality, make it to the current year’s models released when in February Apple entered the Qi Wireless Power Consortium – the leading wireless tech expert. The rumours that keep on hinting the new iPhones will wear a glass-backed body, wireless charging appears like a really sure thing now.
The thought has been comparatively backed down by noted Apple experts and insiders like KGI Securities’ Ming-Chi Kuo and Japanese outlet Nikkei Asian Review.