Wireless charging faster on the new iPhone, here's how – RUMOR
From China comes the news that at least one of the three new iPhone will adopt a new system of wireless charging that can ensure faster performance and efficient.
More specifically, according to this rumor the coil of the wireless charging of at least one of the three iPhone coming out in September will be made with copper wire and not in the CVT (composite of polymers, and ferrite, pictured above) as in the current models, so as to secure a wireless charging faster and more efficient.
In essence, Apple may pass from the reel FPC thin and with increased resistance to copper coils are thicker, but with a lower resistance for the receiver to recharge the wireless integrated on the iPhone.
All of this should result in a faster charging and more efficient, even if the copper coil may be integrated on only one of the three iphones expected in September.
The lower resistance would allow Apple to increase the threshold of power that the iPhone can manage in a secure way through wireless charging, without overheating.
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