According to Apple rumors, there is no need for approved accessories to wirelessly charge, and these devices can be charged with all 15 watt wireless chargers.
According to the published post on the WCCTECH website, this year’s iPhone with the release of the iPhone 15 series will provide the ability to charge with 15-watt magnetic wireless chargers other than devices identified by the MagSafe except for Apple-certified devices. Like in the past, this time too, the Pro series of this popular brand will attract most of the attention, and the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will also have Dynamic Ailend to hide face detection hardware, just like the Series 14 on the screen display and a new arrangement of cameras on the back of the phone. However, the iPhone 15 Pro Max also includes other features, referring to the periscope lens and Action Button, which will replace the Ring / Silent key in this model. Meanwhile, another feature has been considered for iPhone 15 models, which will no longer need devices identifiable by MagSafe and approved by Apple for wireless charging and restrictions on using Apple and reputable accessories for this feature have been removed by this company.
As in the past, this time the Pro series of this popular brand will attract most of the attention; The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, like the iPhone 14, will be equipped with dynamic island hardware to hide face recognition hardware, and the cameras will have a new layout behind the phone. However, the iPhone 15 Pro Max will also have other features, including the periscope lens and action button, which will replace the Ring/Silent key in this model.
Another feature has also been considered for iPhone 15 models; Henceforth, these phones will not need to use devices identified and approved by Apple to use wireless charging; In fact, the restriction on using reputable Apple brands and accessories for wireless charging of devices has been lifted by the company.
This news was published by a user named yeux1122 on the Korean Naver blog. According to this news, other iPhone users no longer need to pay exorbitant fees for buying authentic Apple wireless chargers and can use other branded 15-watt wireless chargers at a reasonable cost to charge their devices.
However, these rumors are only rumors and no accurate information has been released about upcoming changes.
Earlier, the Wireless Power Consortium announced that the QI2 wireless charging standard would be available during this year’s holiday season. This standard promises magnetic wireless charging capabilities similar to or even stronger than Apple’s MagSafe, which until now was only available in the iPhone 12 series and newer models. With this standard, Apple can open the doors of progress on its older models, but first, we need to wait for Apple’s official announcement.
The wireless charging feature mentioned will not be limited only to the iPhone 15 series; the iPad Pro and other Apple devices that support this technology can also benefit from its advantages. In the meantime, Apple has taken a big step towards increasing charging speed by replacing the charging socket of their devices from Lightning to USB-C, which shows the importance of higher charging speed in Apple’s new products.
Apple will hold its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 15th of this year, and we are eagerly hopeful to hear some good news from this familiar brand.