With the upcoming launch of the iPhone 15 series smartphones, Apple is gearing up for a big launch. There would be four models in the series: iPhone 15, 15 Plus, 15 Pro, and 15 Pro Max. They are scheduled for launch in September. CAD renders of the iPhone 16 Pro series smartphones were leaked ahead of launch.  There have been many reports regarding the upcoming 15 series smartphones, including the design, CAD renders, and more. According to a recent report from ChargerLab, vanilla 15 supports wireless charging.

According to the report, Apple’s upcoming smartphone will support Qi2 wireless charging standards. The information regarding the support for ChargerLab was revealed by industry sources. Due to the support for the Qi2 wireless charging standard, the phone will be able to charge at 15W with chargers that do not support the Magsafe charging standard. On non-Magsafe chargers, the iPhone 14 series supports only 7.5W wireless charging.

The previous limitation on wireless charging speed is similar to that on non-MFi-certified products. To manufacture accessories for Apple, manufacturers must obtain a license under the MFi certification introduced by Apple. By supporting the Qi2 standard, wireless chargers will cost one-third of Magsafe chargers. This will help wireless charging manufacturers keep costs low since MFi certification isn’t required.

iPhones already support wireless charging through the Qi2 standard. To know the exact charging speed of Qi2 wireless chargers, Apple must make an official announcement. According to a recent report, Apple will upgrade the primary rear camera sensor on its iPhone 15 and 15 Plus smartphones. Since the launch of the iPhone 6S, Apple has used a 12MP sensor. With the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max, a 48MP sensor will be featured in the upcoming vanilla models.