Contrary to expectations, the iPhone 7 came without any kind of wireless charging technology which, combined with the infamous 3.5mm connector output, has generated complaints from all sides of consumers wanting to use their headsets. cord and charge the device at the same time, plus a very arrogant answer from Phil Schiller.
Hope, however, is the last to die, and if the evidence discovered by the Patently apple today at U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (U.S. Patent and Trademark Office) are minimally nearing completion, we may see a wirelessly charged iPhone in the very near future.
Apple's patent application does not concern exactly induction charging technologies; In fact, it has to do with polishing techniques for cylindrical surfaces and curved edges. The patent, however, includes details of how to create a shape space for a loading device. wireless, suggesting that the whole proposal has to do with a device intended for this purpose.
By Apple's designs, such a device would have a USB-C port to which it would connect a power source, which could be a laptop or a plug adapter.
It is good to note that the order was registered in the third quarter of 2015, which may mean that Ma is still working on the best possible way to introduce the technology we all expect in the near future. On second thought, it would be brilliant to see Tim Cook play Steve Jobs in a while and announce that the iPhone 7 has had a double life since its release, supporting the blessed wireless charging without anyone knowing. Let's dream