iPhone 15 to reportedly support both MagSafe and Qi2 wireless fast charging protocols:

iPhone 15 is going to be released in a couple of months. And in this blog, I am going to tell you about all the rumours about upcoming designs and features of the iPhone 15. Apple is known for its quality based products, new features and modifications to user’s experience. This time, Apple is planning to break the 15W limitation of fast charging and it will be tied to its MagSafe Wireless Charging Protocol.

A reliable source of charger related information, Chargerlab has reported that upcoming models of iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 pro will support both Qi2 and MagSafe Wireless Charging Protocols. It will provide 15W wireless charging speed. In today’s time, Apple offers wireless charging speed of 7.5W & 15W to its users.Latter is only supported by those chargers that integrate the proprietary MagSafe charging protocol. The 7.5W charging speed is available for other third-party wireless chargers.

The report given by ChargerLab says that upcoming iPhones will support two types of charging protocols. One is MagSafe and the other one is Qi2. Qi2 offers 15W fast charging speed. It is totally based on Apple’s own MagSafe Protocols.  

According to information given in ChargerLab’s report, the MagSafe charging module costs approximately $16. This is the main reason behind high prices of MagSafe supported chargers when it is compared to other wireless chargers.

This information is not officially revealed by Apple but ChargerLabs believes that the charging speed will increase gradually as new versions of iPhone will be made.

ChargerLab also said that Apple has joined the list of board of directors of the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC), which is a strong supporter of the Qi2 wireless charging protocol.

It is estimated that, Qi2 wireless charging protocol will open new avenues for Apple. If the Qi2 charging protocol is introduced with iPhone 15 series, the wireless charging industry will benefit  from the new protocol as the demand for charging coils, magnets, MOSFETs, master control chips, and laboratories will increase.Note: In this blog the above mentioned information is not verified by Apple, but it is based on the report given by ChargerLab which is a reliable source of charger related information


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