Technology is present in the new Samsung Galaxy S10 and Huawei Mate 20 and allows a smartphone to charge other equipment by induction.
Reversible charging is one of the hottest features of the latest generations of smartphones. Samsung and Huawei are two of the brands that have succeeded in successfully implementing the technology on their Galaxy S10 and Mate 20, respectively, but the next iPhone can join the roll of equipment with this system.
In practice, reversible charging makes it possible for a smartphone to charge the battery of another device without using any cables. And according to the Japanese blog Macotakara, Apple will integrate this functionality into their next mobile phone.
The blog cites sources close to several Chinese suppliers, who work closely with the apple giant. And it is noteworthy that the news is in line with information advanced by Ming-Chi Kuo, a well-known analyst specializing in matters related to Apple, who said that in 2019 the company would launch a smartphone with this technology.
The site progresses even though the next iPhone will have an 18W charging port, as can already be found in the iPad Pro. However, to what has been stated, this will not be USB-C.
Reversible loading is a feature that makes perfect sense in the Apple ecosystem. It is recalled that recently the company has released a new version of its AirPods, which have a wireless charging box. By integrating this system into a smartphone, users could rely on the iPhone to charge their headsets when they run out of battery power in contexts where outlets are not ready to sow.