iPhone 13 could finally support reverse charging


The function to switch the wireless charge from the smartphone to another device could debut on the iPhone 13

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It could finally debut together with the generation iPhone 13 the much requested reverse charging technology, as anticipated by recent rumors that would confirm the presence of one larger wireless coil within the four future Apple smartphone models expected for next fall.

The reverse charging, O reverse charging, officially debuted in the fall of 2018 thanks to Huawei Mate 20 Pro, the first smartphone to offer the ability to wirelessly transfer power to another device, simply by placing it on the rear body. Almost four years later, Apple seems to have finally listened to the requests of its fans, implementing this capability on board the future iPhone.

They are trusted leakers Filip Koroy and Max Weinbach (top video) a to tell like attacks MagSafe of the next iPhone 13 should increase in size and, therefore, in range. If until now the coil was used to receive energy by placing the smartphone on a charger, with the 2021 generation the path should also be reversed. Something particularly useful especially with an accessory often paired with iPhones or the AirPods headphones.

Apple’s signature true wireless earbuds guarantee a long life, but it often happens that you don’t make it to the end of a busy day: with reverse charging, you could top up placing the case on the back of the iPhone. Same scenario for the smart watch Apple Watch. Something that is already a solid part of everyday life for many Android users such as the owners of various models of the aforementioned Huawei, but also Samsung, Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi o Realme with smartphones not only of high range, but also of the most affordable price.

However, it is worth pointing out how the reverse charging is not too powerful since it works at low voltage for safety reasons. Impossible to fill up quickly to a second device, it is more useful for extending its autonomy in an emergency. THE new iPhone 13 they should see the light in mid-September with a keynote – we talk about the 14th – which should reveal numerous news, such as the Apple A15 Bionic chip, 120 Hz display for the Pros, improved cameras also in video, with the bokeh effect mentioned in the video and a more discreet notch.


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