Apple iPhone 8 is not ready for wireless charging
The rumor about next upcoming smartphone from Apple iPhone family that its having wireless charging feature supported right out of the box, according to recent report from John Gruber on his tweet over weekend, the Apple iPhone 8 Wireless charging accessory may not be readily available when the iPhone launches later this year.
Apple would wait to make the actual wireless charging feature available at a later date, likely through an iOS 11.1 update — similar to how the Apple iPhone 7 Plus’ Portrait Mode was enabled a month after release last year.
Well Apple has not yet confirmed about the wireless charging will be delayed or not, but a recently unearthed sound file in iOS 11 called “engage_power.caf” strongly suggests that’s in the works.
But by selling the accessory separately, and in turn including the standard charging cable in the Apple iPhone 8’s box, wireless charging essentially becomes an optional feature that users must pay extra for let’s see what will come on the when it launches its only pinch of salt.
On the earlier rumor about the wireless charging on Apple iPhone 8 pointed to a long range charging solution allowing the Apple iPhone 8 to be charged without having direct contact with its power source.
According to analyst Ming- Chi Kuo suggests that’s all two earlier device and upcoming one will support wireless charging lets see.
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