In a series of last-minute iPhone 11 leaks that dropped just before Apple’s event, we learned that one of the rumored features of the iPhone 11 may not be coming after all. That’s the bilateral wireless charging support that we’ve already seen on a variety of flagships, such as the Huawei Mate 20 Pro, the Galaxy S10, and the Note 10.
Earlier than that, reports said that all three iPhone 11 models would support reverse wireless charging, allowing users to recharge devices like AirPods, the Apple Watch, and other phones from the iPhone. Some reports even claimed that the repositioning of the Apple logo on the back of the iPhones was related to the wireless charging feature, providing users a visual indication of where the gadget should be placed on the back of the iPhone. Apple never mentioned the feature on stage during the event, but a new report claims that all the hardware for the feature is in place on all the three phones. The feature, however, is not enabled.
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