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Apple is gearing up for the much-anticipated launch of its iPhone 15 series, expected to take place in September of this year. Fans and tech enthusiasts eagerly await the unveiling of the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max models, and the internet is abuzz with daily rumours and leaks about these upcoming handsets. According to recent reports, the iPhone 15 lineup is set to incorporate the new Qi2 wireless charging standard, which takes inspiration from Apple’s groundbreaking MagSafe technology. This exciting development suggests that users can expect enhanced wireless charging capabilities in the upcoming iPhone 15 models.

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During CES 2023, the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) introduced Qi2 as the next-generation global wireless charging standard. With these exciting updates, Apple is poised to deliver cutting-edge technology and design enhancements with its latest iPhone offerings.

The current range of iPhone models already offers support for wireless charging at 7.5W and 15W with the use of MagSafe-certified chargers. MagSafe chargers enable faster wireless charging up to 15W, while non-MagSafe chargers provide up to 7.5W charging speeds. However, a recent report from ChargerLAB suggests that the upcoming iPhone 15 will be capable of supporting a maximum of 15W wireless fast charging. This advancement will be made possible through the integration of the new Qi2 charging standard, which is based on Apple’s MagSafe technology.

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Consequently, users will have the flexibility to achieve 15W fast wireless charging speeds without necessarily relying on the MagSafe charger. This improvement represents an exciting development for iPhone users, offering more convenience and versatility in their charging experience.

The wholesale price of Apple’s MagSafe module is approximately $16 (around Rs. 1,300), resulting in elevated retail prices. However, the upcoming Qi2 wireless charging module is expected to be priced at less than one-third of the MagSafe module.


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