Although it can support wireless charging, the same equipment for wireless charging as the Galaxy, which can support wireless charging, is not included in the package, and LUXSHARE-ICT is a separately manufactured accessory.
As Luxshare is said to provide the wireless charger modules for the Apple Watch, this appears to indicate that Apple is going with an inductive wireless charging module for the iPhone 8; rather than long range wireless charging.
Macotakara also reports that Apple will no longer include a headphone jack adapter with the new iPhone, something that could upset users who have 3.5mm headphones they want to use with their phone.
Apple isn't expected to unveil the new iPhone 8 until September; however, it's already been suggested that the new phone will carry a price tag over of over $1000. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.