Existing rumors confirm that we will see a completely new wireless iPhone. Apple plans to bring the cellphone out of the connection ports and this is confirmed by a popular filter, Jon Prosser.
IPhone without ports
In 2019 analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that Apple would work on an iPhone without a Lightning connector, which undermined the prospect of having Apple phones with USB Type-C connectors.
Recently this statement was "fully verified" by Jon Prosser, one of the most successful filters in the upcoming Curertino company's plans. Well according to their reports, Apple plans to launch this iPhone out of ports by 2021
"Yes. IPhone without ports will arrive next year …
One wireless iPhone comes next year.
Never USB-C. In the end, everything is meaningless.
– Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) May 13, 2020
What does this mean?
The port-free iPhone should be charged using Qi Wireless Charging. Currently this type of luggage is manufactured Games limit power flow to just 7.5W and it takes about 4 hours to fully charge the phone. Therefore, Apple will need to offer more wireless charging to compensate for the need for a charging cordIn addition, this could mean the return of AirPower.
File transfers and restoration of devices in case of software failure can take the form of new communication between iPhone and computer. The remote control system works perfectly
Finally, Apple will introduce you to any port built into its iPhone, which completely covers it again being the first company to reach it. However, even though there are already many computers and concepts that have been introduced by various companies, none of these phones have been introduced in the market due to barriers with hardware and software.
There will be a lot of people who may disagree with this decision the availability and culture we already have through communication
Jon Prosser himself stated in his tweet: There will be no USB-C ports. Ultimately all iPhones will have no ports. That means this year's version (iPhone 12) it can still come with a Lightning connector Will this be favorable to the company? We'll know if this iPhone without ports arrives.