Benefits of Wireless Charging

Benefits of Wireless Charging

Qi wireless charging has been dramatically catalyzed since the iPhone 8 and iPhone X has adopted it as one of the main features in 2017. The momentum gave the market a significant boost from 2018. 

Despite its successful debut, Qi technology, a.k.a magnetic inductive charging, is still unfamiliar for most smartphone users. Even if there's a chance to be heard about the technology, it's generally believed not as good as the wired charging. But, indeed, wireless charging is becoming more popular, and people who have used it like to talk about its benefits.

What is good for? 

It is generally easier and more convenient to use. A wireless charger lets you simply place your smartphone on a charger and begin charging immediately while plugging a cable into a phone sometimes makes hassle. When you get notifications or messages, you can raise up the phone and check, then place it right back down on the charger without the efforts for finding cords and plugging in.

What if you have wireless chargers in all the areas where you spend most of the time - like a bedroom, car, and office? You can just put your phone down on any wireless charger in any of your areas more frequently and freely from the hassle of plugging in. In other words, wireless chargers can help people get charged throughout the day without plugging in. It's simply convenient.

In addition to your private areas, Qi wireless charging has been widely deployed in public spaces like restaurants, cafes, even airports. One of the benefits of having wireless chargers is that the service providers do not need to worry about the maintenance of the USB ports anymore in those open spaces. The USB ports or even the receptacle in smartphones can be easily broken, especially in circumstances of frequent usage. Wireless charging definitely can cut down on those potential damages.

Wireless Charging in Los Angeles International Airport

Some wireless chargers, like Freedy 10W charger expansion pack, have a stand-type form factor. It definitely gives users take benefits of watching videos or keeping track of the notifications. Or the phone can turn into an alarm clock on a desk. 

Additionally, wireless charging can free up the smartphone's charging port. One of the biggest flagships from Apple, the iPhone, has removed the headphone jack since the launch of iPhone X in 2017. Alternatively, users have to connect the dongle with the headphone, and it goes into the traditional charging port. Unfortunately, it doesn't allow listening to music while charging. But, with a wireless charger, the dongle or headphones still can be plugged in while charging.

Safety is the top priority.

Qi wireless charging is basically using magnetic induction technology. The "transmitter" coil in the wireless charger generates an electromagnetic field around the charger. When the "receiver" coil comes to the charger near enough, the coil begins to create an electric current. Then, it turns into power to a device for charging. The magnetic field that is created by the charger is generally known as no more dangerous than radio waves, which means it's not strong enough to affect any bad on human bodies. 

What about a device? If you see "Qi certified" or the official symbol of "Qi" in a wireless charger, it means that the charger is qualified for safe using. If not, you might need to be very careful to choose the one right for you. 

Look out for some "Qi certified" wireless charging options from Freedy. The charging for your mobile becomes more relaxed and more convenient ever.



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