03 April 2019
There’s a lot of speculation surrounding the 2019 iPhones. Rumour has it that Apple’s upcoming 2019 iPhones will allow for better underwater photography. Another rumour has just surfaced claiming that the smartphones will have bigger batteries and support two-way wireless charging. As of now, the only devices which support this feature is the Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones.
This news comes from, a report published by MacRumors. However, the main source of the news is none other than the Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. He predicts that the 2019 iPhones will not only come with larger capacity batteries but also with bilateral wireless charging. While his predictions have mostly been accurate in the past, it is still just speculation and should be taken with a grain of salt. However, there’s a good chance that it's true. After cancelling the AirPower, Apple will be looking to fill the gap and this might be the perfect solution.
Two-way wireless charging would allow users to charge up their AirPods or even help out a friend when on the road. Rumour has it that the new iPhones may have a 10-15% larger battery capacity than the current flagship iPhone. The only way to find out if any of this is true is to wait for an official statement by Apple.