Foxconn have begun testing wireless charging modules for the iPhone 8

As we know, this 2017 will mark the first ten years that the iPhone came to market, a celebration that will be the perfect pretext for Apple to introduce a radical change in its flagship device, which is said to be the biggest change since its launch as it will incorporate a number of features that seek to position it in front of the smartphone market, a position that has lost several months.

Therefore, the rumors are more present than ever regardless of whether the iPhone 7 has been released just a few weeks ago. Now comes information from again Nikkei that tells us that in the Foxconn have begun testing modules wireless charging, which are intended to be incorporated into the iPhone to be launched in 2017, which today is known as ‘iPhone 8’.

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Adding new features continue

According to reports, Apple still does not give the final yes to incorporate these modules into its next iPhone, this will depend on the rates of performance and capacity without having to leave the stuck device to a charging or equipped surface this technology.

Look to Apple is that the user can continue using the device while it is loading, so it is said that in Cupertino are working with Energous, the company behind WattUp, which is a technology that uses radio waves to charge devices at a maximum distance of up to 4.5 meters.

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Furthermore, in May they joined Apple two engineers uBeam, a startup that developed a technique wireless charge based on ultrasonic waves that become waves electricity, which are also able to adapt to the amperage to provide quick charge, which it would mean that not only would the iPhone wireless charging, but also fast charging.

In short, with wireless and fast charging and have a new feature that adds to rest rumors that tell us that the supposed iPhone 8 will come with OLED screen curve Borderless a body in glass, the removal of the button ‘Home’ that It would now be integrated into the screen and new 5-inch size that would add to the already known 4.7 and 5.5, where the latter may make the leap to 5.8 inches.

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