Rumours Apple To Kill Off Charging Port On Next iPhone Release
There are quite a few people who have made plenty of predictions regarding new and upcoming Apple products. It has been widely rumoured this week, that Apples new “high-end” iPhones to be released in 2020 and 2021 will no longer support the lightning port in favour of a “completely wireless experience”, according to Ming-Chi Kuo.
The new portless concept phones have been around for a while, but this might be one of the first production devices for the iPhone to go naked with no cables at all.
Speculations on various blogs have sparked curious debates regarding how one would go about charging ones phone while out and on the go. iPhones have supported Qi wireless charging since 2017, but going that route would require that Apple include a charging pad in the box. You couldn’t just plug into a wall outlet while you’re at work.
For the coming year; 2020 will include the arrival of several iPhones to be released with a 5.4, 6.1, and 6.7 inch screens, and they will all sport 5G. Notably with cameras and actual phone size being the primary differentiation with these releases. And while 2021 is still a long way down the road, this latest news has certainly created some excitement throughout the tech community and bloggers from around the world.