Is Reverse Wireless Charging Hidden in the iPhone 12?

Wireless reverse charging for iPhone 12

The iPhone 12 is packed with many awesome features: a powerful camera, OLED displays, and Apple’s A14 chip. What’s more, it also supports 5G cellular networks.

And that’s not all.

Rumor has it, the new iPhone may also have a hidden feature that allows for reverse wireless charging. Apple’s FCC filings that were publicized recently show that the iPhone 12 has an integrated charging transmitter and receiver. It can be charged by a desktop WPT (wireless power transfer) or a wireless charger.

The phone can also charge devices wirelessly–because it supports WPT charging at 360 kHz. All the iPhone 2020 models—iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max–support wireless charging. The highest reverse wireless charging speed is 5 watts.

The iPhone 12 supports Apple’s new MagSafe charging standard, a charging option for iPhones. To summarize, MagSafe uses magnets to properly align your iPhone on a wireless charger. Apple previously used Qi wireless charging which was less advanced. If your iPhone wasn’t perfectly aligned, it would charge at a slower pace. Rumor has it that Apple could use the MagSafe standard to fast charge wireless accessories, like a future version of AirPods.

What Is Reverse Wireless Charging?

It’s an excellent feature that allows an iPhone to charge other devices that support wireless charging–like smartphones and smartwatches. However, for the devices to be charged wirelessly, they must support the Qi wireless charging protocol or the MagSafe standard.

To illustrate, MagSafe transforms your iPhone into a charging pad, allowing it to charge other devices. But it’s worth mentioning that your iPhone can only charge one device at a time. Also, the reverse wireless charging feature may be automatically disabled when the battery level is low (less than 20%).

The MagSafe standard also allows the iPhone 12 to be charged wirelessly. You can use a RAVPower wireless charger for iPhone 12 to quickly charge your new phone. Most of our wireless chargers can power Qi-enabled phones and AirPods with a wireless charging case.

RAVPower Wireless Chargers for iPhone 12: 3 Great Options

7.5W Charging Pad (RP-PC034)

Is Reverse Wireless Charging Hidden in the iPhone 12?

This is our original wireless charger and blends quality with affordability. It has a body made out of metal and a silicone ring at the top that prevents your iPhone from slipping off. You will love its compact design which gives it a small footprint.

The 7.5W charging pad provides fast wireless charging and charges iPhones faster than other wireless chargers for iPhones. Also, it is Qi-certified and is compatible with the iPhone 12 and older iPhone models. And because it shares the same fixed frequency program as iPhones, it quickly detects your phone and starts charging it immediately. The charger comes with a QC 3.0 wall adapter and a USB to Micro USB cable.

5W Qi-Certified Wireless Charger (RP-PC083)

Is Reverse Wireless Charging Hidden in the iPhone 12?

This is one of the best Qi wireless chargers for iPhones because it charges them faster than other 5W chargers. It is a flat pad that can charge both phones and accessories like smartwatches or wireless headphones. Its grippy vertical ridges hold your iPhone more securely than smoother pads.

The charger works with iPhones with the MagSafe standard, Qi-enabled devices, and Qi receiver-equipped devices. Additionally, it comes with a Micro-USB charging cable, the only thing you need to charge your iPhone at the highest available speeds.

7.5W Wireless Charging Pad 10400mAh (RP-PB080)

This powerful charger has a total capacity of 37.4Wh (10,400mAh) and uses almost all of it. It can charge a smartphone or tablet at 5V/2.4A. It offers 7.5 watts to Qi-equipped devices and 10 watts to Android devices. As a result of all this top-tier tech, the latest iPhone models enjoy 50% faster wireless charging.

4 indicator lights on the upper side of the charger show the charge level in 25% increments. There’s another indicator light on the charger’s left side that turns green when it is in use—alerting you that everything is lined up properly.

RAVPower GaN Chargers for iPhone 12: 3 Picks

Alternatively, if you prefer to charge your iPhone 12 with a wired charger, get one of these RAVPower chargers.

65W GaN Tech USB C Wall Charger (RP-PC133)

65W GaN Tech USB C Wall Charger (RP-PC133)

This RAVPower GaN charger has enough power to fast charge 2 iPhones at once or a large laptop. You don’t need to know which port is which because the charger intelligently allocates power based on the charging needs of the devices. Both USB ports are located at the front, consequently making it easy for you to charge your devices.

One of the biggest benefits of this desktop charger is it doesn’t take up a lot of space thanks to its compact size. It is a lot smaller than most 60-watt chargers and will fit in the palm of your hand. It also works flawlessly with all the latest iPhone models.

MFi-Certified 30W 2-Port USB-C Charger (RP-PC144)

MFi-Certified 30W 2-Port USB-C Charger (RP-PC144)

If you’re looking for a charger that will power your devices without taking up too much space, our 2-port charger will do. Firstly, it has a maximum output of 30 watts and can power 2 devices at once. The USB-C port delivers 30 watts of juice if used alone and 18 watts when 2 devices are charging. The USB-A port delivers 12 watts.

When you buy this charger, you’ll also get an MFi-Certified Lightning to USB-C cable that allows you to charge your iPhone 12 at full speed. And as your iPhone charges, you can charge another Apple device.

 65W 4-Port GaN Tech USB-C Desktop Charger (RP-PC136)

65W 4-Port GaN Tech USB-C Desktop Charger (RP-PC136)

This charger combines 2 powerful features to offer the best of both worlds: powerful and fast charging and a compact design. For these reasons, it’s a great on-the-go option for charging iPhones and other frequently used devices. The charger has 2 USB-C PD ports and 2 iSmart ports.

As is the case with most USB power hubs, this RAVPower GaN charger for iPhone 12 distributes the total power output between its 4 ports. Its input voltage covers the entire 100-240V range. As long as you can plug it into a power outlet, you can charge your devices.

Try the RAVPower iPhone 12 MagSafe Chargers

Wireless charging technology is universal in nature, so making sure you’re future-proofed is a no-brainer. Get a RAVPower wireless charger for iPhone 12 and stay ahead of the reverse wireless charging curve. On the other hand, if you prefer a wired charger, get one of our GaN chargers for iPhone 12.

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