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iPhone 11 may “share” energy with AirPods and Apple Watch

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The current report as gathered by Macotakara website report, the next-generation iPhone will include an equivalent of the Wireless PowerShare feature of the Samsung Galaxy S10. Gadgets can be charged from the body of the smartphone wirelessly.

Meanwhile, same report was already shared by the analyst Min-Chi Kuo in February. It is expected that the Apple Watch and AirPods case with support for wireless charging will be able to charge from the iPhone 11 (XI). It is possible that Apple will feed on the body of your smartphone in general any device.

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In addition, the iPhone 11 comes with a USB Type-C cable for Lightning, while the port in the smartphone itself remains proprietary. This will allow you to use the 18-watt power adapter instead of the 5-watt power adapter to increase the charge replenishment rate.

The iPhone 11 is also expected to have an improved face recognition system and a frosted glass case, and one of the models is a triple main camera.

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