iPhone 8 Long Range Wireless Charging Revealed And Explained

Many criticized the wireless headphones feature in the currently-released Apple product, the iPhone 7. But after they had used the said headsets, many were amazed and gave in impressive and excellent reviews about the device. With this, Apple is seemingly ready to feature another wireless gadget in their upcoming iPhone 8. Reports told that phone promotes long-range charging that would go up to 18 feet.

Apple Partners With Energous For Their iPhone 8, Wireless Charging A Great Possibility

In a report from iClarified, Energous, a speculated partner of Apple for its iPhone 8, is set to deliver all wireless charging transmitters this year, 2017. This means that all devices with Wattup receiver technology could pass on small distance charging and move on to larger transmitters that would give at least 15 feet of charging distance.

Steve Rizzone, CEO of Energous, admitted that a big company handling gadgets are partnering with them in producing a wireless charging device.

"I cannot tell you who it is, but I can virtual guarantee that you have products from this company on your person, sitting on your desk, or at home."

Apple Features Wireless Charging And Borderless OLED Display

On the other hand, iPhone 8 is set to be the best Apple smartphones to date as everything about the device is near perfection. Leaks told that the smartphone would have a slight curve on its OLED display and glass panels on its front and rear appearance.

News also told that iPhone would be removing its home button instead of putting its fingerprint sensor technology on the device's glass display. However, its wireless charging feature is the real reason why it is different than any smartphones being produced today.

Unlike the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, the iPhone 8 is speculated to charge while the user is in motion and is keeping the distance of four meters or less than away from the device's transmitter.

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