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Author Topic: Rumor: iPhone 12 Pro could go portless, explains renewed interest in AirPower  (Read 420 times)

Redaktion

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The failed AirPower project has been revived within Apple, according to tipster Jon Prosser, because the company is keen to push forward with a portless iPhone. Although not calling out the iPhone 12 Pro to get a portless design, it wouldn’t surprise to see Apple advance to a portless design sooner rather than later.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Rumor-iPhone-12-Pro-could-go-portless-explains-renewed-interest-in-AirPower.458956.0.html

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Dear Apple, please don't force this bullcrap on us. Wireless charging is a cool thing to have, but don't make it a necessity. Just switch to USB-C, which was a sane thing to do three generations ago already.

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This would alienate users on iOS but not Mac because of the inconvenience of connecting a PC to iPhone wirelessly. And for what, their excuse would be 200mAh more battery again?

 

 
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