Apple's 2019 iPhone could have the ability to give its battery power to other phones, according to a new leak.
The new handsets – perhaps called the iPhone 11 – might be able to turn themselves into wireless chargers, allowing them to give spare battery to other phones, according to rumours.
The phones will keep the Lightning cables they have been powered up with for years, allowing owners to keep their existing accessories despite continuing rumours Apple could one day move to using USB-C.
The feature would not be entirely new: the Huawei Mate 20 Pro is already able to pass its battery to other phones, with a feature that the company calls "reverse wireless charging".
这项功能并不是全新的：华为Mate 20 Pro已经可以为其他手机充电了，华为公司还称这项功能为“反向无线充电”。
And Samsung has been rumoured to be working on a similar feature in its upcoming S10 smartphone, meaning that Apple's rival could beat it to market when the phone is released later this month.
As well as the charging rumour, the biggest new feature is said to be a triple-lens camera, which is endorsed by the new report and has been widely rumoured. That will allow the phone to include a wide, telephoto and ultra-wide lens system, the new report claims.