Apple iPhone 8: Battery Issues Blamed On YouTube!

Alyssa Bailey
November 15, 2017

Apple's iOS 11.2 beta shows iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X users will soon be able to charge their devices faster when using wireless charging accessories, according to MacRumors.

As a reminder, all new iPhones support wireless charging, but as of iOS 11.1.1, which is the latest official software, only 5W Qi wireless chargers are supported. However, while convenient, it did have some drawbacks compared to plugging in an old-fashioned Lighting cable. However, Apple also revealed that its smartphone lineup will support up to 7.5-watts of fast wireless charging too.

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It looks like there is a problem with Google's YouTube app on Apple's iOS 11.

When it comes to Apple's latest flagship smartphone, the iPhone X, it feels like in many respects, the company is catching up to features that have always been featured on Android devices. It will, it's said, upgrade the 2017 iPhone range's wireless charging power support to 7.5W. Still, if you're a supporter of wireless charging, faster charging speeds can only encourage you to embrace the cable-free future (and will probably get you to stop fiddling with your phone). Right now, Apple sells two third-party wireless charging pads that are capable of hitting that 7.5-watt charging rate. Minimal display bezels, OLED display panels and wireless charging have all been in the Android domain for a few generations (or more). The Qi standard, now at v1.2, actually supports up to 15W being delivered.

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