Themay have an answer to the portable iPhone riddle. For several weeks, OnePlus hyped the phone , the legendary Scandinavian camera company. You think the cameras would be the best feature, . Instead, it’s OnePlus 9 Pro’s ability to charge wirelessly with 50 watts that really stands out.
This means you can go from an empty battery to a full one in about 45 minutes without connecting your phone. What’s more impressive is that this level of fast wireless charging comes on a phone that costs $ 969 (£ 829, which converts roughly to AU $ 1,490). To give you perspective,and a . Imagine being able to charge your iPhone wirelessly with a 50 watt MagSafe charger instead of 15.
OnePlus 9 Pro, like the Asus ROG Phone 5 and last year’s OnePlus 8T, uses a dual-cell battery that simultaneously charges both cells. To achieve the optimized wireless charging, you need, which has two coils to charge each 25 watt battery. The charging stand allows you to charge the 9 Pro in a vertical or horizontal position and has a built-in fan to prevent things from getting too hot.
If Apple ever removed the lightning port from the iPhone completely, I realize it would be more than just batteries and charging to consider. Like what should come in the box itself to charge the phone? A MagSafe charger with lower watts? How much does a 50 watt wireless charger cost from Apple? If OnePlus costs $ 70, it’s easy to see Apple charging $ 99 or $ 129. Would this feature only be available on the “Pro” versions of the iPhone 13, or would it be above the line? What also replaces data sharing provided by the Lightning port?
If Apple’s future is a portable iPhone with only MagSafe charging, the OnePlus 9 Pro and the 50-watt wireless charger are good proof of how it can work. It solves perhaps the biggest concern many of us will have, apart from how much we need to spend to replace existing chargers. And if Apple keeps the lightning port, the OnePlus 9 Pro illustrates that we can expect much more from the next version of MagSafe charging.