The new iPhone will Wirelessly charge your other devices

The new iPhone will Wirelessly charge your other devices The new iPhone will Wirelessly charge your other devices
Apple's next generation of iPhone phones will support wireless power sharing, enabling Apple to charge its other wireless devices such as the Apple Watch and apple airpods, similar to Samsung's Galaxy S10 series this year.

The next-generation iPhone will also provide faster wire charging via USB-C to Lightning cable and using USB Power Delivery.

USB Power Delivery, or USB-PD, is a protocol specification that supports power delivery up to 100W while using a single cable. It allows a range of devices, including Apple's Smart Battery Case for iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, to charge faster.

Offering up to 100W of power makes USB-PD the fastest USB power delivery system to date. USB-PD can charge your device up to 70 percent faster than standard 5W charging. You need a USB-PD compatible charger, however, to make this possible.