However, iPhone X jailbroken actually means that the Apple's latest phone does have vulnerabilities that can be exploited to offer users a jailbreak. Apple's working on its own AirPower wireless charging pad, one that will charge up to three devices at a time like (your iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch).
Wireless iPhone charging is about to narrow the performance gap with wired charging, with iOS 11.2 set to speed up the tech on the iPhone X and iPhone 8.
In that update, the phones will accept 7.5-watt charges on Qi charging pads, rather than the current 5 watts. However, Mac Rumours received a tip from accessory maker RAVpower about this new update and how it will be increasing the charging speeds. On a Belkin charger that supports 7.5W speeds, the iPhone X went from 46 to 66 percent charge in half an hour, as opposed from 46 to 60 percent on a 5W charger. Right now, Apple sells two third-party wireless charging pads that are capable of hitting that 7.5-watt charging rate. It will, it's said, upgrade the 2017 iPhone range's wireless charging power support to 7.5W. Smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy Note 8 all support the Qi 1.2 standard, which allows for 15W charging.
Since iOS 11.2 is now in beta, available to developers and those enrolled in Apple's public beta, tests on the upgraded charging speeds have already been possible.