In recent years, the phone has gone beyond simply being able to charge wirelessly. They have developed into their own wireless charging pads that can charge other phones, earbuds or smart watches.
Despite rumors to the contrary, Apple has not announced that the iPhone 12 has reverse wireless charging. But according to documents submitted by the FCC, this feature may actually exist. You just can’t use it.
iPhone 11 should be equipped with reverse wireless charging, but Report claims This feature was cancelled before it was released because it did not meet Apple’s own standards.Similarly iFixit The disassembly revealed that there are some components of the reverse wireless charging system, but the whole process is still incomplete.
A new MagSafe feature is hidden in the Apple FCC file: “In addition to charging through a desktop WPT charger (disc), the 2020 iPhone model also supports a 360 kHz WPT charging function, which can charge accessories [including] The future is a potential external Apple accessory. ”October 28, 2020
The FCC file was first discovered by Jeremy Horwitz of VentureBeat. It shows that the iPhone 1
Our only question is, if it does exist, why doesn’t Apple tell us? It is speculated that Apple may postpone the launch of a new pair of MagSafe-compatible AirPods. Whether it is AirPods 3, AirPods Pro 2, or some new charging boxes for existing earphones.
However, AirPods Pro 2 will not be launched until the second half of 2021 at the earliest. It is a strange decision to wait until the iPhone 13 is released before unlocking the built-in features of the iPhone 12. However, something strange happened again.
There is no doubt that reverse wireless charging (if it does work) can be unlocked later through a software update. Therefore, we only need to wait for Apple to decide whether the iPhone 12 can implement this feature.