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With the rear case nearly hollowed out, we finish with an X-ray that leaves us with a few lingering questions. Despite the lack of a second battery connector, we can’t help but stare at this charging coil and wonder what might have been. If bilateral charging were included in the final production design, we wouldn’t necessarily expect to see a radically altered coil—but a bigger battery and additional thermal management would almost certainly be required, as reverse wireless charging is thirsty and inefficient, throwing off a lot of heat. In the case of this iPhone 11, we’re not really seeing either of those things.
  • With the rear case nearly hollowed out, we finish with an X-ray that leaves us with a few lingering questions. Despite the lack of a second battery connector, we can’t help but stare at this charging coil and wonder what might have been.

  • If bilateral charging were included in the final production design, we wouldn’t necessarily expect to see a radically altered coil—but a bigger battery and additional thermal management would almost certainly be required, as reverse wireless charging is thirsty and inefficient, throwing off a lot of heat.

  • In the case of this iPhone 11, we’re not really seeing either of those things.

  • Perhaps related to the missing second battery connector, we also see the omission of the new battery charging board we found in the Pro Max.

  • Finally, just like in the Pro and Pro Max, our handy X-ray reveals what we believe to be UWB-related antennas carefully embedded into the rear case.

Con la caja trasera casi vacía, terminamos con una radiografía que nos deja con algunas preguntas pendientes. A pesar de la falta de un segundo conector de batería, no podemos dejar de mirar fijamente esta bobina de carga y preguntarnos qué podría haber sido.

Si la carga bilateral se incluyera en el diseño final de la producción, no necesariamente esperaríamos ver una bobina radicalmente alterada, pero es casi seguro que se necesitaría una batería más grande y una gestión térmica adicional, ya que la carga inalámbrica inversa es sedienta e ineficiente, y despide mucho calor.

En el caso de este iPhone 11, no estamos viendo realmente ninguna de esas cosas.

Tal vez debido a la falta del segundo conector de la batería, también vemos la omisión de la nueva placa de carga de batería que encontramos en el Pro Max.

Por último, al igual que en el Pro y el Pro Max, nuestra práctica radiografía revela lo que creemos que son antenas relacionadas con UWB cuidadosamente integradas en la caja trasera.

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