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Introduced with the iPhone X last year, wireless charging is a great way to recharge an iPhone without needing to connect a Lightning cable. It is likely that people upgrading their smartphone to the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, or iPhone XR may want to take advantage of the wireless charging functionality offered by them all.

Wireless charging technology has been around awhile, but its inclusion in devices such as Apple's new iPhone line has given it new life. Here's how it works, and why it could soon show up in everything from homes to robots.

What’s wireless charging and “Qi” Standard?

Wireless charging means, as the name suggests, you no longer need to plug a cable into your smartphone to charge it. Simply placing it face up on a special mat or tabletop is enough to start charging up your smartphone’s battery, be it the iPhone X, iPhone 8, Samsung Galaxy S8 or any number of different smartphones that support wireless charging.

There are a couple of competing standards in the wireless charging industry designed for portable gadgets such as smartphones. Most smartphones support both the Wireless Power Consortium’s Qi and the PMA or AirFuel Alliance standards, meaning that they will work on most available chargers.

How does it work?

Wireless charging works by transferring energy from the charger to a receiver in the back of the phone via electromagnetic induction. The charger uses an induction coil to create an alternating electromagnetic field, which the receiver coil in the phone converts back into electricity to be fed into the battery.

Qi is rapidly becoming the most popular wireless charging standard, and the one used by Apple for its new iPhone 8 and iPhone X.

They typically have to be in close proximity to each other and correctly aligned over the top of each other, although a set orientation is normally not necessary.

Rechargeable toothbrushes and other bathroom accessories have used inductive charging since the 1990s.

The Best Wireless Charger for iPhone XS, XS Max and XR

Apple’s Airpower is still unavailable!

Apple has never announced its Airpower on the last year’s big event and promised that it may be released on this year with its new iPhones, however, with the event come and gone; we still have no idea about the versatile Airpower. To be specific, the news on Airpower seems vanished.

Maybe Apple has met a bottleneck in the process of develop; this is no stranger to advanced technology R&D.

Since the first-party wireless charger is unavailable right now, let’s move to the reliable third-party wireless charger that Zendure has provided.

The Reliable Third-Party Wireless Charger You Can Trust

7.5W Fast Charging and QC 3.0 Supported

This Q3 wireless charger supports fast charging up to 7.5W, even faster than the original 5W charger with iPhone. Moreover, it is compatible with the latest QC3.0 quick charging technology.

Anti-Slip Rubber Ring Embedded

Wireless chargers are convenient for you can just top your phone face up without tidying tangling cables, however, the bad side is that your phone is easily to be moved on the surface which may interrupt or slow down the charging speed and even damage your phone if it slips from the charger.

Given this, Zendure has designed this Q3 charger with a 360°anti-slip rubber which can protect your phone and keeps it properly aligned while charging.

User-Friendly Design

Thoughtfully designed with a LED to indicate the charging status, this wireless charger yet won’t disturb your sleep at night. No beeping sounds, harmful radiation and only soft light, it is light-sleeper friendly.

Zen+ Protection

Q3 Wireless Charger is armed with powerful “Zen+” protection with built-in foreign object detection, overheating and overcharging prevention which can keep your precious new iPhone safe. Even with your phone with a case up to 6mm thick, it still works well.

Click the link; it’s only $29.95 to buy one on Zendure.

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