Your Heart Can Now Charge iPhones!

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Your Heart Can Now Charge iPhones!
Is your heart charged? Weird question isn't it? Reports are out that the future iPhones can be charged with your heart beat. Technology is taking a vast turn today and for most of us who do not have the time to charge your iPhone can now make use of this useful feature.


The use of iPhones have become trendy today and everyone wants to possess one. At a conference recently , this latest feature was revealed and was proved that the body can actually supply energy for the requirement of charging an iPhone. Surprisingly, even the sensation of a pinch, can cause a high electric wave in the body causing the iPhone to charge.

If you are wondering how this all works, it is indeed simple! A small chip is created and pinned onto the limb of your body which thus helps in gaining electricity from the body to charge the gadget. Scientists also believe that this natural way of charging a gadget will become useful as you can no longer depend on a socket point. It also does not have any side effects on the body , so there is no reason to worry!

The head in charge of this technology, Dr. Zong Lin Wang stated that nano technology is also used in LCD Screens. The development of this nano technology is a milestone towards the production of portable electronic goods that can be activated by body movements . He also stated that the nano technology used in the iPhones is made out of zinc oxide nanowires which produces a third electrical tension or bending.

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