iPhone 14 may use reverse charging technology to charge other Apple devices to prevent the phone from running out of power but urgently needing to use the phone
When the iPhone is out of power, the iPad can power the phone; when the AirPods and Apple Watch are out of power, the iPhone can also act as a "power bank", so that all Apple devices can power each other
Let’s discuss“ what is reverse charging” today
What is Reverse Charging
Reverse charging is regarded electronic devices with reverse charging functions such as phones, earphones, watches, tablets, and laptops as power banks, and output current to charge other electronic devices
If you don’t know whether your device supports reverse charging, please read the technical specifications carefully
Is Reverse Wireless Charging Bad for Battery
Reverse charging will not damage your battery. Its power output always stays within the capability of your device. However, if you watch TV or play games while charging in reverse, your phone may become very hot after a period of time.
In short, it is best not to do anything when reverse charging the device.
How Fast is Reverse Wireless Charging?
In fact, reverse charging is not fast, it is a low-power solution suitable for emergency charging
The maximum power that Qi wireless charging can currently achieve is 20W, and most wireless chargers on the market do not even exceed 10W.
The Positive Impact of "Reverse Charging" on Apple?
Reverse wireless charging allows the phone to charge other devices without cables. On November 30, 2021, Apple officially obtained a new patent for "reverse charging" technology.
"Reverse charging" has the following advantages for Apple：
- Improve consumer loyalty to Apple.
- Improve the competitiveness of products.
- Meet the needs of consumers and let consumers experience the fun of technology.
Which Phones have Reverse Wireless Charging?
There are many brands of devices that support reverse charging, so please check the specifications to confirm whether this feature exists.
However, if the receiving device is compatible with Qi wireless charging, it can receive and charge wirelessly.
- Huawei Mate 20 Pro
- Huawei P30 Pro
- Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e
- Samsung Galaxy M31s.
- Vivo U20.
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 9.
- and so on
If your phone can be reverse-charged, there are no restrictions on the devices you can charge. If your phone, headset, or any other accessory is compatible with the Qi wireless charging standard, it can safely receive power from the device.
The goal of technology is to let people enjoy the fun of technological life. Do you want iPhone 14 to support reverse charging?