Apple will be gifting the mobile community with three smartphones in the year 2017 that comprise of the enhanced versions of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus along with iPhone X, which is nothing but iPhone 8. All these phones are speculated to accompany an exclusive feature of wireless charging as stated by KGI Securities’ analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo.
In addition to wireless charging, the iPhones will also be having an outstanding OLED display. Ming-Chi Kuo is known to be a predictive analyst who has given predictions about the inclusion of wireless charging in iPhones earlier as well. Although, there are some specific wireless charging technology standards in the mobile market at present, yet, given the unique track record of Apple, some distinguishing technology on wireless charging in the iPhones is highly possible.
Along with this, the upcoming iPhones will be having ‘an additional graphite sheet lamination’ in the form of an OLED display. All these features will be increasing the cost of the iPhones by an extra amount of $1000. As far as graphite sheet lamination is concerned, the users may not be able to recognize any difference but this will be very much useful for thermal control as the films will be replacing FPCB.
This will be making the iPhones resistant to temperature changes due to the 3D touch sensor in OLED iPhone as stated by Kuo in a research note of MacRumors. In fact, inductive technology will form the base of wireless charging for these forthcoming iPhones. Moreover, the iPhones will also use magnetic coils for powering rather than radio waves. However, the mobile community has to wait until September 2017 for finally getting the iPhones and experiencing the features.