Qi Wireless Charging Explained

Qi wireless charging is a cutting-edge technology used by popular technology manufacturers like Samsung and Apple. It is compatible with many phone brands and models like iPhones XS, XR, 11, 12, 12 Pro, 12 Pro Max as well as the Samsung Galaxy S10, S20, S21. With the development of newer models, Qi wireless charging has been factored into them.

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Presently, wireless charging is not faster than wired charging. For example, a 5W wireless charger will take about 4 hours to fully charge your phone while a wired charger will do the job within 2 ½ hours. The majority of newer models of wireless chargers come with fast-charging technology but this does not make them faster than wired chargers.

If phone manufacturers update their operating systems, it may boost their wireless charging speed. However, the speed will still be dependent on several parameters like air temperature, age of the phone and battery, the phone’s battery level when set to charge, and so on.

According to the Wireless Power Consumption, the world wide group of firms that developed the Qi technology, wireless charging is not dangerous to the battery. For instance, Apple iPhone batteries are built to hold up to 80% of their initial capacity after full charge cycles of 500.

With the technology used to build smartphones, once they become fully charged, charging stops automatically. However, if you leave the charger on overnight, it may reduce the lifespan of the battery. This is because when the battery drops during the night, the charger will automatically start charging it again.

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