Apple's next entry-level iPhone, the rumored iPhone SE 2, is likely to add support for wireless charging as well as the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X.
According to the latest report from foreign media, the iPhone SE 2 will use a glass body, and supports built-in wireless charging receivers, support for wireless charging capabilities, similar to the three new iPhones released last year. Breaking news god Ben Geskin announced this news on Twitter, which made many users interested in iPhone SE 2 full of expectations.
In addition to the wireless charging function, Geskin also stated that the iPhone SE 2 codenamed Jaguar has entered the mass production stage and will be available soon.
2017 was a year in which Apple fully embraced wireless charging, and allowing its latest low-cost smartphones to support wireless charging helped Apple to fully promote the adoption of wireless charging standards and further stimulated sales of its AirPower wireless charging base. Although wireless charging technology has existed in the field of smart phones for many years, due to the addition of Apple, Qi has further helped unify the entire industry. At the same time, this gave Apple a reasonable reason to further increase the price of iPhone SE 2.
iPhone SE is a very important product for Apple. It is Apple's current smallest and cheapest product, and it is the best choice for many budget-conscious users who want to choose iOS. Since its release in March 2016, Apple has made a configuration update to the iPhone SE last year.
There are also rumors that the iPhone SE 2 will debut in the next few months, and will cancel the same 3.5mm headphone jack with the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X, but the overall design style will not have much change.