Reverse Wireless Charging Could Arrive in Future iPhones, But Not in the Way We Expected

Future iPhones May Get Reverse Wireless Charging, But Not How We Expected

Apple is working on reverse wireless charging technology, which will allow iPhones to power other devices via the front display. Apple may be working on reverse wireless charging technology, which would allow iPhones to power other devices via the front display. Reverse wireless charging is a handy feature seen on several Android phones, but it is conspicuously lacking from Apple’s iPhones. Apple has long been rumored to provide iPhones with reverse wireless charging, but this has yet to happen. It may, however, become a feature of iPhones in the not-too-distant future, if recent improvements are any clue.

iPhone 13 Pro’s camera has piqued interest of photographers. Reason?

iPhone 13 Pro's camera has this pro photographer excited.

The cameras in the iPhone 13 Skilled aren’t a complete redesign over those on the iPhone 12. But some cool adjustments have a pro photographer like me very thrilled. Here’s what has me giddy. I’ve been using the iPhone 12 Pro Max since it first became available, and I’m constantly astonished by the quality of the photos I can shoot with it. This is especially true when I use ProRaw and edit my photos in applications like Adobe Lightroom. So I’m intrigued to learn that the primary camera features a bigger image sensor with an f1.5 aperture. It will be able to collect a lot more light as a result of this. More light equals better photographs.