Reports are based on rumored partnership between Apple and wireless charging solutions provider Energous.
New reports suggest iPhone 7 could experiment with new technologies to push the bar higher.
Other rumors in the recent past about the iPhone 7 include 256 GB storage and improved battery.
New reports claim the iPhone 7 Plus could feature 256 GB and 3,100 mAh battery.
The move is a last minute push to get holiday shoppers to make purchases.
Much talked about Samsung Galaxy S7 is all set to be released in March. The new handset will feature a pressure-sensitive screen, akin to the 3D touch technology introduced by Apple’s iPhone 6s
Taiwanese company TSMC will most likely get all of Apple's iPhone 7 orders thanks to its integrated fan out technology.
Reliable sources have claimed an Apple event in March that could launch the Watch successor and a 4-inch iPhone.
Contrary to earlier reports, the launch of an iPhone 7 Mini may not benefit intended users.
Reports suggest Apple will not introduce AMOLED screens for its phones until 2018. This means its iPhones will be less power efficient than its rivals.
According to several reports, Apple could launch a smaller phone to boost sales of its larger iPhone 7 in 2016.
Reports have emerged claiming Apple could end its iPhone 7 product development cycle early to release the phone before September.
Speculation about next year's iPhone suggests Apple could make a phone that is less than 6.5 mm thick.
The iPhone 7 is being widely discussed though the iPhone 6S is less than two months-old.
While most reports claimed an early next year release for new MacBooks, rumors doing the rounds suggest Christmas and New Year sales potential could make Apple schedule the release this year itself.
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