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iPhone 15 is anticipated to support both Qi2 and MagSafe wireless charging

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ChargerLAB is a trusted source of information related to charging. As per the recent information from ChargerLAB, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro model will feature support for the new Qi2 wireless charging standard. The Wireless Power Consortium predicts that the first Qi2-certified chargers will be accessible in the 2023 holiday season.

Basically, the Qi2 tech is established on Apple’s MagSafe standard. It is anticipated that Qi2 chargers will charge the iPhone 15 series at 15W speeds. It is the same as the one presented with Apple’s MagSafe Charger. In contrast, the non-MagSafe wireless chargers of present iPhones support charging speeds of 7.5W.

ChargerLAB points out that Qi2 chargers don’t have to employ Apple’s pricey MagSafe module and are exempt from the “Made for iPhone” certification requirement. In this way, the development of more reasonably priced MagSafe-equivalent chargers will be possible. The website has confirmation from supply chain sources that the Qi2 module is less than one-third as expensive as the MagSafe module from Apple, which has a wholesale price of roughly $16.

The main source behind this information appears to be ChargerLAB and Chongdiantou. Where Chongdiantou is a Chinese website. These sources claim that iPhone 15 series will support 15W charging with third-party chargers. The websites have previously revealed a number of precise charging-related facts regarding upcoming iPhone models and Apple power adapters.

The iPhone 15 series is anticipated to be released by Apple in September. Along with Qi2, MagSafe is anticipated to continue to be supported on the devices.

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Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.

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