According to the latest news, Apple’s iOS 13.1 is sending a 5W battery to some wireless chargers. The problem could be Apple’s non-signal wireless platforms. According to some reports, wireless Qi dishes from Belkin, Mophie and Anker are not a problem.
Na, Powerful Equipment According to reports with iOS 13.1, Apple only supports the 7.5W wireless charge for the voltage regulator which has confirmed regular support boards, which Apple recommends Of course the new iPhone 11 training as well supports up to 10W wireless charging speed which is only 5W points in chargers while 7.5W also released in iOS 13.
Back in 2017, Apple brought 5W of wireless wireless to its list and iPhone 8, 8 Plus Y iPhone X. In the future, with the release of iOS 11.2 the models will also benefit from Apple’s 7.5 W speed and non-signal Qi wireless charger. The iPhone XS and newer iPhone 11s will get up to 10W if your tablet is reasonably priced.