Most likely, the next two phone series to enable Qi2 wireless charging will be the Apple iPhone 13 and iPhone 14.
Apple states that the next software update would provide “Qi2 charger support for all iPhone 13 models and iPhone 14 models.” in the release notes for the RC version of iOS 17.2.
The Apple iPhone 15 range is the first to be certified Qi2.0 phones as of November 16. It was revealed by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) that Qi2 will be accessible in time for the holidays. Later this week, iOS 17.2 is expected to become available.
Users of iPhone 13/14/15 can enjoy wireless charging speeds of up to 15W without purchasing MagSafe chargers thanks to Qi2 wireless charging capability. They can still take advantage of third-party options like Anker, Belkin, and Mophie, which offer up to 15W wireless charging speeds.
Based on Apple’s MagSafe technology, Qi2 attempts to standardize wireless charging worldwide. According to the WPC, Qi2 will hasten the development of quicker wireless charging while guaranteeing the safety of the procedure.