Belkin announces new wireless chargers

Belkin announces new wireless chargers for iPhone X and iPhone 8

Qi charging pads announced at CES 2018. The Consumer Electronic Show has just launched this morning, but many companies have already revealed their new products. One of the interesting companies at the event is Belkin who already has several wireless charging pads in the Apple Store. Belkin is planning to expand its portfolio of wireless chargers, introducing new models in different colors for 2018, including a charging pad for two phones. They all work with latest iPhones – iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The least expensive model is called ‘Boost Up Bold‘ – offered in four colors,[…]

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iOS 11.2 will increase the wireless charging speeds

iPhone X, 8 and 8 Plus will support 7.5W charging speeds after the update. Currently, the wireless charging speeds of the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus and 8 are limited to 5 watts, despite the fact that the Qi-based technology theoretically supports up to 15W. Fortunately, the situation is about to improve very soon, as Apple has already boosted the wireless charging speeds in the public beta of iOS 11.2. The latest official version of iOS – 11.1.1 – supports speeds at 5W, while iOS 11.2 Beta supports 7.5 watts. iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus do support[…]

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Apple’s wireless charging may not be very fast

iPhone 8’s wireless charging to be 7.5-watt fast Apple’s allegedly wireless charging technology in iPhone 8 may not be as fast as the technology used in many of the high-end Android phones. According to information by the Japanese website for Apple, Macotakara, the company is going to skip the 15-watt format and offer wireless charging at 7.5 watts. The 15-watt charging is already available in many phones supporting the Qi standards. Apple, however, may decide to offer an alternative solution which may make the future iPhones not compatible with the current wireless charging pads. There is a high possibility, that[…]

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