Published on September 02 2017

How to Profit From the iPhone’s Most Revolutionary Feature Yet

Justin's note: Today’s essay comes from my colleague Jeff Brown, editor of Exponential Tech Investor. Jeff has been working in the tech field for over two decades. He’s seeded over 70 private, early-stage tech companies… And he’s a formal advisor to eight tech startups.

Right now, Apple’s iPhone 8 launch is on his radar… and he says you can profit from this big event. Read on to learn how (hint: It’s not by buying Apple)…


By Jeff Brown, editor, Exponential Tech Investor

In 2003, Apple introduced its first wireless mouse and keyboard.

In 2010, Apple released its first external wireless computer trackpad.

And in 2016, Apple removed the headphone jack from the iPhone 7. If you want to listen to music on the smartphone, you need wireless AirPods.

As you can see in the graphic above, Apple is moving toward completely wireless technology.

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Here’s why I’m telling you about this trend…

Later this year, Apple will release the latest and most technologically advanced version of its most popular product: the iPhone 8.

The iPhone 8 will almost certainly include wireless charging capabilities when it’s launched sometime this fall.

Wireless power involves transmitting energy over radio frequency waves. It’s similar to wireless communications technology we use in our mobile devices.

Behind the complex technology of wireless charging is something quite simple… The ability to charge your electronic devices without power cables.

Imagine being able to come home after being out all day and placing your smartphone on your computer desk.

That’s it. Nothing to plug in, no cables to worry about… Just set down the device, and it charges “magically.”

This will be a game changer for Apple… and will likely boost iPhone sales.

But I’m not writing today to tell you to buy Apple.

You see, there’s a unique way to profit from Apple’s wireless trend… buying the companies that make the microchips Apple uses in its wireless devices.

Following a Tech Giant

Historically, Apple has used third-party chip providers for its wireless technology.

Qualcomm has made chips for Apple’s cellular modems. And Broadcom has made Bluetooth and Wi-Fi chips for Apple.

Broadcom is a good example of how profitable making chips for Apple can be.

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Apple released the iPhone 7 in September 2016. And Broadcom’s stock climbed 41% less than a year after the launch.

Broadcom revenue from wireless chips sales came in at $1 billion in the third quarter of 2016. That was up 27% from the previous quarter.

And the stock is up 50% since the iPhone 7 launch in September 2016.

As you can see from the chart above, making chips for Apple’s signature phone can really boost business.

Now, Apple is looking for chipmakers for its wireless charging feature. The company that lands this contract should see its stock push much higher.

Tip of the Iceberg

Some forecasts for Apple’s fourth-quarter 2017 iPhone shipments are coming in at around 90 million units. And each of them will likely carry a wireless charging chip.

But Apple is just the tip of the iceberg.

Since Apple released its very first iPhone in 2007, it’s been a trendsetter for other smartphone makers. Whatever new features Apple adds, others follow.

And the rest of the mobile phone market is much larger than Apple’s shipment volumes.

Samsung alone shipped 309 million smartphones in 2016… And Chinese company Huawei shipped 139 million.

In 2016, Apple’s rivals shipped 1.27 billion smartphones. That’s a massive market for wireless charging chips.

And wireless charging won’t be confined to just your mobile phone. Any electronic device will be a target for this technology.

Wireless headphones, iPads, smartphones, health tracking devices like heart monitors, and even “smart clothes” will one day charge wirelessly… no power cables at all.

You could even use this technology to continuously heat your morning cup of coffee so that it never gets cold.

Companies I’m Watching

Companies that make wireless charging chips will be big winners as this technology becomes the new reality.

Here are a few on my radar: Analog Devices, Dialog Semiconductor, and Texas Instruments.

If wireless charging is anywhere as successful as I think it will be, companies in this sector have the potential to see outsized returns.

Regards,

Jeff Brown
Editor, Exponential Tech Investor

P.S. As I mentioned, when Apple unveils its iPhone 8, I believe it will include wireless charging capabilities. But to pull this off, Apple will need the help of one company—a company that I’ve recently identified…

That’s right—I’m confident that I have found the one company that will make Apple’s wireless charging feature a reality. And when Apple makes its announcement in the next few weeks, the price for this little-known, small-cap stock will skyrocket. Get all the details right here.


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