IPhone X wireless charging won't be available at launch, report suggests

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It's always been rumored that the iPhone X and iPhone 8 will land with wireless charging smarts in tow - a possibility reinforced by today's announcement that United Kingdom network EE will be pushing wireless charging devices more heavily going forward.

The network has also started selling Belkin Qi Wireless Charging pads for £29.99.

So, will protesting outside of Entrance 2 of Apple's new campus in Cupertino, California, really get the results the laborers want - corporate influencers' eyes and ears for a few seconds?

Mere hours ahead of the unveiling of the long-awaited iPhone X (or whatever Apple's gonna call its 10th anniversary iPhone), famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has claimed that wireless charging won't be ready for prime time at the release of the new iPhone. Until then, iPhone customers will have to make do with third-party Qi wireless chargers, Kuo, who has a commendable record with Apple's secretive information, said. KGI says that Apple is waiting for a "technological breakthrough" before committing to any mass production of the accessory.

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All those features have been available on other smartphones that sold for less than $1,000, but Apple's sense of design and marketing flair has a way of making them seem irresistible - and worth the extra expense.

It's unclear if Apple's charger will offer any benefits over third-party chargers.

Following quite a while of being barred at the bartering table, many AT&T remote laborers and individuals from the Communications Workers of America (CWA) will dissent outside the roll out event of the iPhone 8 at Apple HQ on Tuesday.

Read the full report at 9to5Mac here.

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