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Mentioned in Firmware 9.1, iPhone 7 May Support Li-Fi Wireless Data Transfer

iPhone 7 will be released later in this year, more and more rumors come out about it. Appleinsider confirmed a twitter user spotted that Apple mentioned Li-Fi Capability in firmware 9.1. That means iPhone 7 may support Li-Fi wireless data transfer technology.

Light fidelity, Li-Fi for short is invented by professor Harald Haas. It can transfer data via visual spectrum other than radio waves. It is super faster than Wi-Fi, which can transfer data up to 1GBps.

Although Li-Fi technology is still in beginning stage of development, it is great news for users. Mentioned in firmware 9.1 means Apple is looking for a chance to make its devices, such as iPhone, iPad or Apple TV, etc to support this. You can imagine that downloading a HD movie is so easy within few seconds.

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