Joanna Stern, writing for The Wall Street Journal: Wireless charging means you can toss your phone on a pad (sold separately!) on your desk and it will charge throughout the day. With a fast charger (sold separately!), you can plug your...Show More Summary
Apple’s upcoming AirPower wireless charging pad looks pretty awesome in that it can charge your iPhone X/8/8 Plus, your Apple Watch, and your AirPods at the same time. It’s also expected to be insanely expensive at $200, and that doesn’t even include the new wireless charging case you’ll need for your AirPods. Show More Summary
Apple’s new iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone 8 have a number of things in common. They’re all powered by the lightning-fast All Bionic processor, and they all have new glass backs so that Apple could add wireless charging. They also all have pretty good battery life, but it could always be better. Show More Summary
Mount and charge your phone wirelessly with the latest adjustable car mount from iOttie! The iOTTIE Easy One Touch 4 Qi Wireless Car Mount is quite the mouthful for a product name, but it totally lives up to it. It's stupid easy to use and will hold your phone in place and charge it wirelessly with not much more than a quick tap. Show More Summary
Set it and forget it. This Otium fast wireless charger dock is down to $13.96 with code CISLSVRY on Amazon. The lowest this charger has ever gone before was $16. We've never seen a cut down to $14 through direct price drops. This device...Show More Summary
All three 2017 iPhones support wireless charging out of the box. The feature has been available on Android for years, while iPhone users had to wait or purchase bulky contraption to use wireless charging on previous models. The incoming...Show More Summary
Anker has debuted a new wireless charging puck and stand for those of you who have a phone that supports wireless charging. You can pick them up at a 10% discount for a limited time.
There have never been so many ways to charge an iPhone with speed and convenience, but beware—some options are overpriced.
The iOS 11.2 betas include support for faster 7.5 watt wireless charging; the current public releases of iOS 11 limit iPhone 8 and iPhone X to 5W Qi wireless charging only. However, what is the practical impact of this change? Early testing shows that the improvements in charging speed using a 7.5 W charger is very slight. more…
Apple is a company that usually isn't first. Not with larger-screen smartphones. Not with the switch to OLED panels. Certainly not the first to a 12 megapixel camera. Nope, not edge-to-edge displays. Wireless charging? You're dreaming. Show More Summary
After all these years, Apple finally decided to step up its charging game in 2017. The iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus all support wireless charging and fast charging. The only problem, of course, is that they don’t come with a wireless charger or a fast charger. Show More Summary
The software update ups wireless charging 50 percent faster.
Rumor has it Apple's upcoming AirPower wireless charger will cost $200 when it's finally released at some point in the coming weeks. Yes, it charges up three different devices at the same time, which is a very cool feature. But is it...Show More Summary
Boy that was fast - just yesterday we said Apple lagged behind Samsung in the wireless charging world. Samsung supports up to 10W while Apple only goes to 5W.What a difference a day makes as news just broke Apple didn't want to lag Samsung...Show More Summary
iOS 11.2 will support quicker charging for iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X with Qi wireless charging accessories. First reported by Juli Clover at MacRumors, iOS 11.2 — which is still limited to developers and beta testers for the time being — will offer even faster wireless charging speeds with compatible 7.5W Qi standard chargers. Show More Summary
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While the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X are currently limited to 5-watt wireless charging speeds, MacRumors reports the release of iOS 11.2 will boost that speed to 7.5 watts. The speed increase will require a charging pad capable of achieving those speeds, and not all are up to the challenge. Show More Summary
Apple has released the third developer betas for iOS 11.2, watchOS 4.2, and tvOS 11.2. The iOS 11.2 beta is reportedly allowing users to wirelessly charge their iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X devices at 7.5-watt speeds instead of the previous 5-watt limit. Show More Summary
The iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X all support wireless charging using the Qi standard. It means that iPhones are now compatible with hundreds of chargers out there. But iPhone Qi charging is currently limited to 5W, or the slowest wireless charging speed. Show More Summary