Apple has revealed that its next generation iPhone will have wireless charging.

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be available in March for $649, $699, and $799, respectively, and will offer a range of wireless charging options that can charge an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 plus.

Wireless charging is a feature of Apple’s new wireless charging standard, Qi, that allows the iPhone to charge in a number of different ways.

The charging technology is a combination of an inductive charging coil and a magnetic field, and it works by allowing an electric current to flow between a smartphone and a surface that is charged by a magnetic material.

The current flowing between the smartphone and the surface is referred to as a charge current.

Wirelessly charging has been in use for many years in smartphones, but Apple’s announcement marks the first time it has introduced a new type of wireless charger.

The wireless charger is also the first wireless charger to offer Qi wireless charging, which allows a smartphone to charge without using a cord.

Wirefree charging is only available in the United States, Canada, and a few European countries.

Apple will likely expand wireless charging to other countries in the future, although the company hasn’t confirmed that.

Apple introduced wireless charging on the iPhone 6s in early February.

It has been available on every iPhone since.

Wireless charging is now available for all iPhone models, including the iPhone 7.

Wirefares are $30 off for customers in the U.S. and Canada.

The cheapest wireless charge option for the iPhone is the $65.99 $39.99 wireless charger from Apple.

The $75.99, $99.99 and $199.99 price points include wireless charging and an array of other features.

The new iPhone is set to launch in March, but there is no release date yet for the wireless charger that is being offered by Apple.

The next generation of iPhones is expected to have a 5.5-inch display, with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels and a pixel density of 639ppi.

The iPhone 7 is expected at the same time.