Apple To Remove Charging Ports From Upcoming iPhones

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Apple has decided to remove charging ports from their upcoming iPhones, that means iPhone 13 will not have a charging port.

Trademark and US patent office has granted Apple a new magnetic connector patent this week, transmitting charging power to the iPhone, also known as the MagSafe charger. this comes after you leak that Apple may consider removing the charging port from its new smartphones in the future.

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The patent shows that a new type of connector can be compared with the Magsafe from older MacBooks and the iPad smart connector reported by patently Apple. To recharge the iPhone, this connector may take the lightning port based on the illustrations.

The patent indicated that the new connector is made to make the iPhone water-resistant. It’s completely built with magnets. This disclosed that the company has been planning to replace the charging port from the iPhone possibly. Still, it also looks like Apple will making another connector for its devices.

For iPhone, MagSafe was introduced by Apple last year. Magsafe is a brand new magnetic connector based on the Qi standard, which can stick to the phone’s back to recharge it.

According to rumors in the upcoming new future models, this connector will no longer be available. At the same time, the iPhone 12 has a lighting port. So the only alternative left for charging the iPhone is the Magsafe.

Another year on the models of iPhone 13, the lightning port will be kept simultaneously, as stated by the reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. But it doesn’t mean completely that someday Apple will be releasing a portless iPhone.

Since the introduction of AirPods, Apple has been questioned about the idea of a world with only solutions which do not require wires. So if they remove the only remaining port on the iPhone, then it will not be surprising.

Would you consider a portless iPhone instead of a Magsafe? Let us know below in the comments.


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