Apple receives a patent for a new battery back clip to support two-way wireless charging: paving the way for a portless iPhone
In fact, according to Apple’s vision, the iPhone they will build in the future will not have a charging port. In other words, to get rid of wired connectivity issues. And they are also hard at work in this area and they will make themselves felt in the next year.
According to the latest foreign media reports, Apple recently received a patent for a technology that designates a battery back cover with two-way wireless charging. Among the patents previously filed by Apple is a plan to launch an iPhone with no ports at all. Thanks to this patented technology, the battery compartment can be used to charge an iPhone without a port.
The Brief Description of the patent teaches that the rear battery clamp has first and second coils respectively located on opposite sides of the battery and has a switching circuit connected between the first and second coils. The dual coil will allow you to wirelessly charge your battery and also charge your device.
In fact, prior to that, there was news that Apple was planning to release an iPhone next year without a port. Which has no physical connectors, so the device can only be charged wirelessly.
Apple is reportedly still developing AirPower. Rare Apple products that have been canceled may debut later this year. According to Apple’s plan, Apple will re-promote AirPower to promote the iPhone without a port.