Wireless charging is becoming a standard feature on most flagship phones today. It allows users to simply place their device down on a pad or dock to start charging their device, without the need for plugging in cables. Unfortunately for iPhone 6S users, it currently only works out of the box with phones with a plastic exterior rather than a metal body. This means that iPhone users need some kind of adapter to add wireless charging to their devices. Here are are a couple of options that do just that.
Earlier this week we look at one of Spigen’s first car holders, and now we’re back with another great charging accessory from the American company. The Spigen F300W is a Qi wireless charger, capable of rapidly charging any Qi-enabled smartphone. This convenient charging stand boasts a stylish elevated design, ensuring your phone is both easy to read and looks great.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge have a new party trick: wireless charging is now built in, instead of requiring a special case. Both phones use Qi or PMA wireless charging, depending on their market. For now, we’ll cover the more common Qi chargers. Official wireless charging accessory: Samsung S6 Charging Pad The official […]
Nokia (and by extension Microsoft) have been one of the biggest proponents of Qi wireless charging technology, with the phone makers including Qi in most of their flagship phones. They’ve also supported the wireless charging standard with a number of charging pads and other accessories. Their latest effort is the Nokia DT-903, a rather boring name […]
The Nillkin Magic Disk is one of our most popular Qi wireless chargers, offering rapid wireless charging is a svelte disc shape. Soon though, it’ll be superseded by an updated version: the Magic Disc 2. The big new feature of the Magic Disc 2 is beautiful LED lighting. This lighting, carefully integrated into the disc, provides a […]