According to a study by Ming-Chi Kuo analyst, the iPhone to be announced by 2019 will have reverse wireless charge. The study yesterday sent by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo wants iPhones announced by Apple in autumn to have new features in the battery.

The study talks about backing up wireless recharging from the iPhone 2019. This way, the new models of the company will be able to charge and charge, from other iPhone, AirPods and generally devices compatible with them .

As Kuo said:

We expect the new iPhone models to be announced in 2019 to support reverse wireless charge. It may not be the first high-end smartphone to have this technology, but the new feature is going to help users both load their AirPods and get the best experience with iPhone and AirPods

Some time ago Samsung introduced the Wireless PowerShare technology through the new Galaxy series, and as Apple seems to be walking in similar steps. Kuo, among other things, says Compeq is Apple’s supplier for new batteries and STMicro. With this, he concludes that the new iPhones will be larger in size to support the new batteries.

It is expected that the iPhone XS Max 2019 will have a 10-15% higher battery, iPhone XS 2019 20-25%, while iPhone XR will have a maximum of 5%.