Adoogle, 15 Apr 2020Almost every phone I've owned has had problems with the continuous insertion and removal of th... moreWireless charging is convenient but used to be much slower than wired. This new faster wireless charging is a game changer as it is faster than most wired charging.
in my opinion, in inductive power transfer both coils get heated, air pulling vent should be on towards behind the phone to keep it cool and and increase life of its li ion battery, it is a planned obsolescence design.
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2020wireless charging, another way to gain money from the customers.
Isnt the so called wireless ... moreAlmost every phone I've owned has had problems with the continuous insertion and removal of the USB/lightning cord from the phone's port. Over time, the port eventually becomes loose, resulting in considerable fiddling with the cable insertion process to ensure there is a electrical connection.
In spite of the fiddling, often during the charging over night, the charging stops because the electrical connection has been broken, even though the cable remains fully inserted in the port.
Wireless charging will thus end this headache of half-charged phones in the morning for me. I therefore welcome and endorse wireless charging for all.
Yeh, clever and all, but if you're putting the phone on a dock, it might as well charge with pogo pins and save a load of money.
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2020wireless charging, another way to gain money from the customers. Isnt the so called wireless ... moreGuess we'll only have true wireless charging when we can catch lightening in a bottle and just throw the phones in the bottle to charge.
wireless charging, another way to gain money from the customers.
Isnt the so called wireless charging still wired except for the fact that its not connected.
I dont find the use of such an implementation