While it has previously been reported that the iPhones are expected to receive reversible charging in 2019, this is unlikely, according to a recent report by Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst famed for making Apple-centered predictions.
As reported by 9to5Mac, Kuo believes Apple could eliminate the wireless power sharing functionality of this year's iPhones because "charging efficiency may not meet Apple's requirements."
Given the fact that Cupertino canceled its much-anticipated AirPower mat early this year for the same reason, this lineup seems highly likely, even though Apple has never publicly recognized the functionality of its new iPhones.
If so, this would be disappointing for Apple's second-generation AirPod owners, who were probably hoping to recharge their earphones wirelessly on the rear of the new iPhone 11 this year – Samsung's owners of the Galaxy S10 got their Galaxy Incidentally, Buds charge in this since March of this year.
Luckily, Kuo estimates that 18-watt fast-charging adapters with USB-C connectors will be included with 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch iPhone 11 phones, and the discouraged Apple fans at least a little Should offer comfort.
In addition, Kuo earlier rumors about the support of Apple Pencil for the iPhone 11 back. Of course, we'll know what Apple's 2019 iPhones will be capable of when officially announced in a few hours.
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