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Latest Leaked Shows iPhone 7S Will Have Wireless Charging; The Phone Will Be An Expensive One

May 01, 2017 07:49 PM EDT

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iPhone 7S is leaked to be another expensive smartphone from Apple. The Cupertino-based company finally installed the wireless charging features in its smartphone product. Other major redesigns also revealed.

Although wireless charging is not new in Android, but it is a new feature for iPhone. Apple is finally put the wireless charging in iPhone, using the technology from PowerMat Technologies. The new CEO of PowerMat, Elad Dubzinski confirmed that Apple will use the company's technology, according to the official press release from PowerMat.

"With the recent announcement by Apple that wireless charging will become a standard feature in the next iPhone," Dubzinski said. "We are finally at the threshold of mainstream adoption."

In its 10th anniversary of iPhone this year, Apple decided to make a major redesign. Unfortunately, the redesign will not come cheap, as iPhone 7s will become one of the expensive smartphones.

Earlier last week, a leak of iPhone 7s schematic design was leaked by two tech leaks as reported by Forbes. The leaks showed an impressive redesign from Apple in its smartphone product, thus confirming the rumors about the iPhone 7s.

Aside from the wireless charging, the redesign also equips iPhone 7s with a dual camera arranged vertically. The front screen is also without the home button, while both touch ID and front face camera are integrated into the main display. The headphone jack is not available, as Apple does not intend to put the headphone jack back into its iPhone product line.

The expensive price of the latest iPhone series, from iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 8 is predicted to be more than $1,000. Apple will launch those three smartphone series as the premium phone, due to its radical redesign. Apple expected the redesign and the functionality will set iPhone apart from its competitors.

iPhone 7s will be a giant leap from its predecessor, which was launched September 2016. Watch the introduction video of iPhone 7 from Apple below:

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