- News tagged "wireless charging"
Thursday, 24 Nov 2016
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes the next iPhone will come with wireless charging, but the wireless charger may not be bundled in the retail box.
Saturday, 5 Nov 2016
2017 will mark the iPhone's 10th anniversary and there are high hopes that next year's iPhone will be chock full of new features. To this end, reports are saying that Foxconn is working on enabling wireless charging for the next iPhone.
Saturday, 17 Sep 2016
Regulatory fillings reveal that both companies could have been working on something for several years. Read on to find out more!
Wednesday, 18 May 2016
Reports suggest that Apple has hired two engineers with an expertise in wireless charging, suggesting that this feature could come in future Apple devices.
Tuesday, 5 Apr 2016
The new tech interoperates with shipping 9W receiving modules and plays nice with WPC 15W and PMA 5W standards currently used in smartphones.
Saturday, 9 Jan 2016
Business publication Fast Company reports that the Apple iPhone 7 will not come with a 3.5mm audio jack and support noise-canceling headphone technology. In addition, the iPhone 7 is said to be thinner, waterproof and has wireless charging capability.
Sunday, 13 Dec 2015
A trio based in Rotterdam have just released a set of charge adapters that will allow almost any smartphone to charge wirelessly with any power bank or USB source, and it’s available on Indiegogo now.
Wednesday, 28 Oct 2015
This built-in wireless charger helps you do away with the hassle of cables and power cords. In fact, it's literally part of your furniture!
Sunday, 13 Sep 2015
Samsung fires its first salvo against Apple and its new iPhones with a TV ad titled "It's Not a Phone, It's a Galaxy". In the thirty-second video, Samsung mocks Apple for not having one key feature which its Galaxy S6/S6 Edge and Galaxy Note 5 have.
Wednesday, 29 Jul 2015
Qualcomm has become the first company to enable wireless charging for mobile devices with metal bodies. It's Rezence-based WiPower technology will extend up to 22 watts of power to devices with metal exteriors.