Apple is reportedly testing how a portless iPhone can recover data

Apple is reportedly testing how a portless iPhone can recover data

At least one apple iPhone 13 model is expected to be launched later this year without a charging port. To prepare consumers for a iPhone without a connector, Apple has the iPhone 12 lines without a charging brick in the box. It also introduced the MagSafe line of accessories that can be attached to a compatible system iPhone with a magnet. One of the MagSafe products is a charger with a USB-C connector on the end. This connects to a 20W USB-C power adapter, which is available from the Apple Store (physical and online) for an additional $ 19. The MagSafe charger costs $ 39 or $ 3.25 per month for 12 months.

The lack of an opening in the phone can improve water resistance, which is already excellent on the iPhone 12 Pro series. But without a gate, how will this be affected iPhone 13 users restore and restore their data in case of serious problem? At this point, users can plug in their Lightning cable and connect to their computer with a USB-B or USB-C plug on the other end to recover or recover lost data. Apple Watch users in the same situation are forced to return the timepiece to Apple to find and install lost data. Incidentally, this service is not free.

Apple engineers have also considered using Bluetooth to send the files that a iPhone user needs. This would start out like the aforementioned recovery methods, but use Bluetooth to update those involved iPhoneHowever, these signals were considered slower, more unreliable and less safe. If you’re using Bluetooth, the user must be too iPhone to the Bluetooth signal via a PC / Mac and follow the instructions.

Hardware engineers have tried to integrate wireless data access into it iPhoneThe Apple Watch has a hidden port built into the part of the watch where the band is attached. Apple uses it when a watch is sent to it to restore / restore a file. For the iPhone, Apple is reportedly considering adding a hidden port on the back of the SIM card slot. Ultimately, the company will have to decide whether a software or hardware solution is the best solution. Again, things like speed, security, ease of use and other factors will have to be considered.

Apple is reportedly testing these “Internet recovery” methods, but speeds have so far been too slow. It’s only February and Apple can wait to make some important decisions for this year iPhone models. And a few years ago, the company reportedly made a last-second decision not to include wireless reverse charging in this year’s models.

The interesting thing about this whole portless iPhone thing is the timing. The removal of the charger from the box, the introduction of the MagSafe line were all prerequisites, and if you look at it that way, the chances of Apple getting portless this year are higher than you might have expected.

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