Wednesday, September 20, 2017

The wireless load of the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X will soon be faster

The wireless load of the iPhone 8 and iPhone X  will become faster soon, thanks to a future update of iOS.
Apple's goal is for new iPhones to charge wirelessly at a speed equivalent to that afforded by the 5-watt USB adapter Apple provides with the iPhone. However, according to a review of the iPhone 8 published by The Verge , is currently quite slow, although this is something that, they say, will change soon thanks to an iOS update:
"Apple's goal is to match the charging speed of its own 5W charger including the iPhone's package, but I've only seen about 15 percent more charging in the 8 Plus every 30 minutes with the Mophie, which is especially slow considering that you can not pick up and use your phone during that time. A future update of iOS will allow the iPhone 8 to get more power from the Mophie and Belkin charging bases Apple sells in its stores, so hopefully things will go faster when that happens. "
We do not know how fast Apple wireless charging could do through a software update. Recall that wireless charging technology used by Apple is based on the Qi standard , established by the Wireless Power Consortium, and that this standard supports a "fast" shit of up to 15 watts .
One of the biggest surprises of last week's keynote was Apple's announcement that it would soon launch its own wireless charging station, the AirPower , although it seems that it will not be available until next year. At the moment we do not know the exact date of its launch, nor we have no idea of ​​how much it will cost us. What we do know is that, unlike other wireless charging solutions, the AirPower will be able to charge the iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPods at a time, placing them anywhere on their surface.
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