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If you have a habit of forgetting your phone charger, the latest iPhone might have a feature that can seriously help you out.

It’s reported that Apple’s next iPhone might have a feature that would allow the phone to charge other devices wirelessly off the new phones.

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This means that if you’re in a pinch and your friends need a bit a battery life, you could share some of yours with them. Huawei and Samsung recently introduced this feature in their products.

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that the iPhone would get the feature, alongside upgraded cameras, a bigger battery and a new 18W charging cable. Japanese blogs Macotakara also reports the feature is likely.

The news comes after Apple just released the next generation of AirPods, which would come with a wireless charging case.

In other news, if you’re as goth as you, you can enable “Dark Mode” on your iPhone or Android phone. Having a personal brand is important, you know.

How to enable Dark Mode on your iPhone:

Alright, so you may not be able to go completely goth on your iPhone, as iOS doesn’t fully support the feature. However, there is a pretty close alternative using your phone’s color inverter option. That said, apps such as YouTube, Twitter, Facebook Messenger, Slack, and Microsoft Outlook, support the actual Dark Mode.

According to Apple (via the Verge) the feature, “reverses the colors of the display, except for images, media and some apps that use dark color styles.”

Here’s how you do it:

  1. Go to your setting app.
  2. Tap on “General,” followed by “Accessibility.”
  3. Then, go into “Display Accessibility” and choose the “Invert Colors” option in the menu.
  4. Switch over the “Smart Invent” option.

According to Bloomberg, Apple may have plans to support Dark Mode come iOS 13. However, we won’t officially know until the launch.

What do you think of the possible power share feature? Sound off in the comments below!

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