Apple has announced the launch of its three new smartphone models: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. In fact, these mobile phones are now available for reservation on the firm’s website.
The new mobile phones of the company of the bitten apple incorporate very interesting novelties, but they will also land with the lack of many important hardware features.
We talked about the lack of USB-C, the necessary support for 5G connectivity and … the desired reversible wireless charging.
The iPhone 11 line is compatible with reversible charging
Reversible charging is one of the most popular functions of the moment. And Apple loves this kind of thing. And they demonstrated it with AirDrop or Audio Sharing. Moreover, after the launch of the latest generation of iPad Pro, Apple allowed charging the iPhone battery using its tablet. But yes, through a USB-C cable.
Reliable sources are saying iPhone 11 and 11 Pro do include the hardware for bilateral charging, but that it is software disabled. Uncertain whether this was removed prior to final production run.
— Sonny Dickson (@SonnyDickson) 13 September 2019
But what is the reversible load? Well, basically it is a function that allows users to charge the battery.
What Sonny Dickson comes to say basically is the following:
“VERY RELIABLE SOURCES ARE SAYING THAT THE IPHONE 11 AND IPHONE 11 PRO DO INCLUDE HARDWARE FOR REVERSIBLE CHARGING, BUT IT IS DISABLED IN THE SOFTWARE. IT IS UNKNOWN IF IT WAS WITHDRAWN BEFORE THE END OF PRODUCTION. ”
Many analysts speculated that the functionality would come along with the iPhone 11. But the truth is that, for now, we will have to keep waiting.