If you ever thought about using your phone to charge your devices, it may be possible with the next generation iPhones. According to experts, the next generation iPhones should be possessing: the “two-way wireless charging” that allows you to charge a range of devices using just your iPhone!The feature is similar to the exquisite two-way wireless charging features present in another phone like the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Huawei Mate 20. While there is still speculation about such a model, Samsung seems to be setting its own pace.
In an attempt to justify this feature Samsung has come up with Bluetooth earbuds. All the user has to do is place the Galaxy Buds at the back of the Samsung Galaxy S10, and Voila! It starts charging! What’s more, is that the feature can be used for any Qi-compatible device.The feature seems plausible for Apple as Apple is now selling its Airpods with its wireless charging case. According to experts, there are some products Apple could use the feature with. Updates for the iPhone XS, XS Max XR, may also be getting the wireless charging feature.Another thing we may be seeing in anticipation of the new feature is the increase in battery size. It’s possible that the next iPhone XS would lead to an increase in battery life by 20 – 25 %, while the iPhone XS Max’s battery life could increase by 10 -15 %. On the contrary iPhone XR, having the longest battery time may keep its battery life, or it could increase too!
A decline in Apple revenues
The plans to introduce advanced features, along with the introduction of new wearables may be an attempt to get back into its strong game with features that users look for. The company reports a decline in Apple revenue in the first quarter of the year 2019. According to Apple the company’s revenue was about $84.3 billion with basic per share earnings of about $4.22 which was against the Wall Street anticipation of about $84 billion ( EPS $4.17).
This accounts for a 5 % decrease in revenue (year over year) from about $88.3 billion only about a year ago. As a result, the set guidance by Apple for Q2 was estimated at 55–59 billion, which again was lower than the anticipated 58.8 billion by analysts.As the tech giant introduces more features in demand, there may be hope for the struggling tech giant! Time and number may be the best judges for that!