The iPhone 7 has only brought some small tweaks over its predecessor, making Apple fans look forward anxiously to the 10th anniversary iPhone. Are you expecting some fancy new features from the iPhone 2017? Here is one of them.
According to Nikkei, Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn is already testing wireless charging modules for the next-generation iPhone. It’s very likely that the company will reserve the feature for higher-end Plus models, so that people would prefer it.
The wireless charging part sounds convincing, as the tech giant has been hiring engineers experienced in wireless charging in recent months, such as two experts from uBeam.
Other leaked specs of the 2017 iPhone include a glass body and OLED display that integrates a Touch ID and front-facing camera.
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