Looks like updating codes iOS 14 Next is still revealed about what is coming from Apple, where other technologies have been revealed that will change a great deal, whether at the level of the iPhone or cars! Learn about new leaks.
According to a previous report Issued by 9to5MacIn this article, we learned about the upcoming Apple CarKey technology and how it will allow car owners to control their cars and share them with others via their phones.
Today, other secrets were discovered stating that Apple is trying to revive the AirPower wireless charging base that it had previously failed to launch, in attempts to make future iPhones without ports, instead of converting the Lightning port to USB-C.
Interestingly, Jon Prosser "interested in Apple and writing on the most popular sites like MacRumors and others" says that Apple uses the same old code name "Callisto" for AirPower, which suggests that the company has never given up on this project.
The new design comes with fewer electrical coils, but with more voltage than V.1, in an attempt to solve the problem of high temperature with less interference and to reduce the side effects that hindered the project originally. He stated that the material for the prototype was white leather, as opposed to the original silicone. It seems that the success or failure of Apple in this matter has far-reaching implications for the designs of the iPhone in the coming years.
On the other hand, the 9to5Mac website, through the leaked codes for iOS 14 beta, explained that BMW Corporation You will be CarKey's first partner. The company did not issue any denial of that information when it was asked about its participation in the project and its plans to work with the Car Connectivity Consortium, symbolizing CCC, which entered into a partnership with Apple.
For your information, CCC partners also include companies such as General Motors, Honda, Hyundai and Volkswagen as well as LG, Panasonic and Samsung, who seem to be working on third-party systems to suit any type of vehicle.
So what is giving Apple the lead?
What gives Apple the lead is its Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology. CCC states that it is developing smart car key specifications based on Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology in combination with Ultra-Wideband technology to enable keyless vehicle access and allow safe and accurate positioning.
Only three smartphones in the world contain a UWB chip: iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.
Apple has long mentioned that UWB will lead to amazing new capabilities, although nothing particularly amazing has been introduced yet, but rather a foundation for other technologies to come. Considering CarKey will be a secure global digital car key that can be used by famous auto companies. Thus, it will revolutionize how cars work, especially the rental process, family sharing, or various businesses.
Sure, this is something we think about science fiction, but it will be true one day. We have to wait about six months for this technology to emerge. Although evidence of CarKey was first found in a beta version of iOS 13.4, which launched a few days ago with no references to CarKey whatsoever. However, it is clear that Apple has delayed it to the release of iOS 14 next September due to the current situation ..