Even though the iPhone 7 is fresh on the shelves, we already have many (many!) Rumors about what we will probably see on the 2017 handset. glass rear and we also hear rumors about having a wireless recharge technology (and no contact by induction, which is cooler).
This time our acquaintance Ming Chi Kuo, from KGI Securities, ventures to suggest that the entire structure of the device would be glass and that this new loading technology would be linked.
We believe one of the reasons why the new iPhones will switch from metal casing to glass casing to support wireless charging. In order to ensure superior performance, we believe it is most appropriate for suppliers to develop and make the wireless charger for them to then conduct a detailed test.
Wireless recharging technology for metal appliances is already in existence, but having a completely glass enclosure would enable the devices to charge much faster. In addition, it is believed that a few years ago the "genius behind Apple's great products", Jony Ive, also wanted to make an iPhone that looked like a single piece of glass.
Other rumors that are recurring are recurring that upcoming iPhones will have OLED screens. Because some sources suggested that the screens were being made by Foxconn, Kuo corroborates the rumor by adding that because of this, it would be Pegatron who bears headlong reports that the technology would already be in charge of wireless chargers. being tested by Foxconn.
And even though some claim that these innovations would come in 2017, the analyst still sounds uncertain whether they will actually appear next year or only in 2018.
In a way, it is understandable that we are listening to various sources attesting to contrary / dubious things as there really is still a long time before we can see the devices being announced.