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Latest patent from apple reveals the massive feature of iPhone 8

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Latest patent from apple reveals the massive feature of iPhone 8
As we all know wireless charging is one of the features which is still missing from the iPhone and it seems Apple is all set to change the parameters of wireless charging. If you are a regular reader of App Gyaan you must be aware that we have reported that, Apple is working on the real wireless charging, read more about it here.

Today report seems to be the extension of that report, as per the new patent from Apple which shows Apple is investigating ways to charge iPhones and iPads wirelessly and without contact using the signal emitted by radio frequencies such as Wi-Fi.

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This report gives us the indication that the company is working on the system and will raise hopes that the end of having to physically plug a cable into a mobile device in order to charge it could be around the corner and that will be a real wireless charging.

According to a US Patent and Trademark filing, dual-frequency patch antennas may be used for wireless power transfer at microwave frequencies. A transmitter with wireless power transfer circuitry and a patch antenna will be required to wirelessly transfer power to a receiver, built-in iPhone.

Apple’s technology requires a suitable wireless communications link at frequencies of 700 MHz to 2700 MHz, local area network link operating at 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz or anything else that may involve millimeter wave communications. Millimeter wave IEEE 802.11 ad spectrum at 60 GHz, which is used by WiGig communications can be used as well.

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“Electronic devices often include wireless circuitry. For example, cellular telephones, computers, and other devices often contain antennas and wireless transceivers for supporting wireless communications. Some devices include circuitry to support wireless charging operations,” Apple’s patent reads.

In a separate leaked schematic, posted on Twitter by OnLeaks, iPhone 8 is seen to be having a giant circular surface at the back hinting at wireless charging technology. The vertical dual rear camera setup is at the left with LED flash tucked in between the two lenses. What’s interesting is the new iPhone 8 schematic no longer has a Touch ID sensor at the back, suggesting Apple might have figured out a way to embed the same in the display.

Of course, the leaked schematic is not a confirmation of the actual iPhone 8 design. “This is a tipped leak what means I can’t confirm if legit or not but there you have it… #iPhone8,” said OnLeaks on Twitter.

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Apple iPhone 8 will mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone. The smartphone is said to come with major design changes, tiny bezels, a curved OLED display and wireless charging technology. According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the upcoming iPhone 8 will have a 5-inch display that fits into a body with roughly the dimensions of the 4.7-inch iPhone 7.

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