One thing iPhones have never been good at is charging speeds. their latest iPhone 12For example, the Series offered only 15W of wireless charging and 20W of wired charging, while some competing Android mobile phones now offer up to 120W of wired charging and at least 67W of wireless charging. However, there seems to be a chance for that iPhone 13The series will at least improve the wireless charging speed compared to the iPhone 12.
According to Max Weinbach (a well-dated leak) he spoke to everythingHowever, the iPhone 13 Series wireless charging coils will be slightly larger than those of the iPhone 12 Series – and there are a number of possible reasons for this, including higher wattage.
We don’t expect charging speeds of 67W from these mobiles, but it would be nice if they at least match wired charging speeds at 20W.
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However, this is not the only potential advantage of a larger wireless charging coil. The larger size can also help with heat management (so that cell phones don’t heat up when charging), and may also allow for reverse wireless charging, so you can place AirPods On the back of the iPhone 13 to charge it.
It’s worth noting that Weinbach seems less confident about the latter feature and says it hasn’t been confirmed yet. But it is something that many Android mobile phones offer, including Samsung Galaxy S21Series – Samsung phones will be a big competitor to the iPhone 13, so it would be smart for Apple if they chose to add reverse wireless charging.
Weinbach also previously claimed that the iPhone 13 series will have stronger MagSafe magnets, so the accessories get a better grip and it’s very likely that these larger charging coils will only be used as part of it.
So we don’t expect to see faster charging – and reverse wireless charging seems less likely, especially since then Bloomberg He previously said that this is unlikely for the iPhone 13 series…but you never know.
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