iPhone 6 to Have NFC and Wireless Charging?
There’s a lot to be heard about the iPhone 6. With all the rumours that are flying everywhere is making it increasingly intriguing.
However, one of the few convincing rumors is that it will be a huge leap forward from Apple’s present flagship phone, the iPhone 5s. The iPhone 6 is rumoured to have a larger display screen as well as a sharper display making it a top contender this year in the industry.
VentureBeat has confirmed some of the rumours going around and have also come forward with some new juicy details citing a anonymous source close to the situation. According to the reports, the US company will finally move forward to support wireless charging but the competing standard in which it will adopt is unsure. Rumor has it that the device will support inductive charging making it seem that Qi charging pads available in the market might be used. It would be the safer option instead of Apple making its own charging stations because it will be too many risks being taken by the company in this device if Apple has to develop new standards for most of the features which it will be using for the first time.
Apple may be supporting NFC this time around for the ease of mobile payments. Whether Apple will be creating its own platform or adopt the typical ISIS standard is still yet to be confirmed. The iPhone 6 is to have an increased connection to 300 mbps compared to the old 150mbps with the installment of a faster LTE radio. The source confirms the 4.7 inch display accompanied by thinner bezels but at this point, that’s the only real detail that seems consistent and more or less set in stone.
Until Apple chooses to comment or make an official announcement, nothing can be confirmed. For all we know, they may scrape most of the high end features and start again from the drawing block.