iPhone 9, iPhone 11, and iPhone X Plus Will Offer Faster Charging Features, Zhang Claims
Apple seems to have a plan to switch into higher powered faster charging for its next generation of iPhones 2018, namely, iPhone 9, iPhone 11, and iPhone X Plus. It this will happen, recharging will be easier and will not take a long time.
According to Apple Insider, A research note from analyst Jun Zhang of the Rosenblatt Securities got leaked recently. He tipped that 2018 iPhones will get an upgrade from 5V 2A to 9V 2A and 5V 3A charging circuitry. If so, this will provide a quicker recharge and a good competition to Android OEMs, as well as more applications supported.
In the latest note, the supplier Power Integrations will be the only one supplying its fast-charging chipset. The ON Semiconductor and NXP Semiconductors will be replaced in providing charging solutions for the new lineup. For the new LCD iPhone model, the Broadcom will also be replaced by Texas Instruments to lessen its material costs.
Zhang also predicted the production of 2018 iPhones, which is expected to begin a month earlier. It will show growth annually in the second half of the year. There will be 100-100 new units to be produced and 85 million to be shipped for the three models, while higher for the iPhone 9 than the other two—iPhone 11 and iPhone X Plus.
The new component supplier will probably come aboard. Last year’s lineup including the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus was the pioneer from the company to offer fast charging support. So, in just a few months after that, an upgrade will soon come in order.
Rumors have it that all of them will be unveiled later this year likely this early September simultaneously. The iPhone 11 is the second-generation of the current iPhone X and will have 0 5.8-inch OLED display. The iPhone X Plus will have a larger 6.5-inch OLED display as well. Then, the iPhone 9 will have a 6.1-inch LCD screen.
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