(*EDIT* Started getting long winded here and kind of went off on a technology rant in fields other than phones. If your interested in that stuff ,read on, if not skip to the bottom couple paragraphs to get to the overall point ) As most of you are aware Apple has said for a few years now that they are interested in wireless charging. But will only implement it once it is truly wireless( no need for a induction mat) You are also probably aware that they have been working with Energous for at least 2 years now with there proven technology of wireless charging. Standard report and consensus is distances up to 15'. I have read reports over the years that distances of up to 20-30' as well but not as dependable(may have improved since then) Anyway, this thread is more about what do you think would truly be as revolutionary for this 10th iPhone anniversary as the original? I keep hearing talk of switching to OLED/AMOLED screens which is great and I will welcome that. But that is not a game changer. Even if apple goes all bezeless around all 4 sides with Touch ID embeeddd in the screen. It's just an evolution of existing tech thats coming down the line for all manufacturers really soon. All flagship phones will be bezeless in less than 3 years most likely. For example OLED screens are going to start their take over of the TV industry early next year. If any of you stay up to date on tech other than phones then you may be aware or have purchased an OLED tv last year and saw that they were less then a 1/4" thick through 3/4 of the tv size. Next year there are a at least 4-5 models coming out that will be rollable and almost "paper thin". You will be able to stick your tv on wall and then peel it off to move it somewhere else. The transistion of all electronics are moving away from the inside of the tv to the outside in a set top box fashion. A small cable will connect to the screen to communicate with it. Point being is that OLED is finally becoming cheap enough to go full mainstream and be produced in large quantities. Will it last? Who knows, there are already mumblings that QLED may take over much earlier than though. Anyway...all that nonsense was just to show that anything regarding screen tech is pretty much a wash. If Apple comes out with a foldable iPhone 8 in nine months would I consider that revolutionary? No because it's going to happen within the next 18 months anyway from one of the top cell manufacturers anyway. But I woukd love that if they did. **POINT** Which brings me to my point...wireless charging up to 15'.... I'll take that! Put 2 or 3 of these charging base stations in your house and you are pretty much covered all the time. Put these charging receivers throughout retail outlets/malls etc..(doubtful in its infancy but you see where I'm going here) Your phone will always be charged or not far from being able to be without interrupting your normal routine. Phones are going to keep getting thinner and thinner no doubt, batteries will get smaller and none of these super battery technologies we read about are doing squat to take over the industry. Eventually I see a time 5-10 years from now where all we have is a paper thin device with no bulk attached to it. There will be really no need for a battery because we will constantly be powering our devices a through the airwaves. At some point you can just imagine celluar carriers like Att/VeriZon will be able to charge/power our devices through their cell towers. When to a trade show for work ealrier this year and a lot of this stuff was discussed. Everything is getting so much smaller and cheaper to produce now compared to years past. The next ten years is going to be very interesting.