One of the things that is most expected among the features of the iPhone 8 is the wireless charge, which is the initial time that the selection of charge is so important in a phone. Despite so many stronger alternatives available, Apple is apparently going to go with 7.5 watt wireless charging technology, resulting in somewhat slow speeds.
The company is apparently omitting a key feature of the Qi 1.2.x standard of the Wireless Energy Consortium; Which is a fast charge of fifteen watts, warned the Japanese Macotakara. The fifteen watt feature is already offered for Qi charge mobiles; Even the Android phones have had this feature for a while, so you do not know why Apple would work with this format.
This means that while loading through these chargers compatible with Qi is possible, simply new releases from Apple will not be as fast according to offers of the likes of Samsung. It is unclear why Apple would make this decision, but what if we are sure is that there must be a reason.
It is also likely that, just like the Apple Watch, the third-party iPhone 8 chargers, you would also need an Apple-certified chip to operate. Even Macotakara proposes that it is likely that a single charger is used to power both the watch according to the iPhone 8.
The Eight iPhone should feature a 5.8-inch OLED screen and 3D facial recognition, and the highlight is that it should be unveiled at the September Apple Press event. Also expected is an “iPhone 7s” and “7s Plus”, which should have LCD screens of 4.7 and 5.5 inches, but according to the wireless charge of the iPhone 8.
All mobiles can get fast charge cable, which could give away intrigue and concerns about wireless support. The iPhone 8 is expected to be unveiled along with the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7s Plus on September 12.
(Source: Macotakara [Google Translate])