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[* black] 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.
[* black] 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.
[* black] In the case of this iPhone 11, we’re not ''really'' seeing either of those things.
[* black] And speaking of which: perhaps duePerhaps related to the lack of amissing second battery connector, we also see the omission of the new second [guide|126000|tiny connection[guide|126000|battery charging board|stepid=243572] we sawfound in the Pro Max.
[* blackred] Finally, just like in the Pro and Pro Max, our handy X-ray showsreveals what we think maybelieve to be UWB-related antennas carefully embedded into the rear case.
[* black] And speaking of which: perhaps duePerhaps related to the lack of amissing second battery connector, we also see the omission of the new second [guide|126000|tiny connection[guide|126000|battery charging board|stepid=243572] we sawfound in the Pro Max.
[* blackred] Finally, just like in the Pro and Pro Max, our handy X-ray showsreveals what we think maybelieve to be UWB-related antennas carefully embedded into the rear case.

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