Posts Tagged ‘wireless charging’
Monday, September 29th, 2014
Apple embraced NFC with their contactless payment system on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but there’s one wireless standard that they’re still refusing to support: Qi wireless charging. If you’re looking for an easy way to add this helpful ability to your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, then we have just the thing for you: a Qi Wireless Charging Receiver.
No more messy cables
The advantage of wireless charging is that you avoid the hassle and clutter of cables. Instead of needing to plug a cable every time you want to charge and remove it when you’re done, all you need to do is place your iPhone on your Qi wireless charging pad and everything will happen automatically.
Easy to install
The Wireless Charging Receiver is easy to install and works well with any case. All you need to do is plug one end into the Lightning cable, then fold the charging receiver behind your iPhone. Next, place your iPhone 6 or 6 Plus into its case, with the wireless charging coil inside. The best iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus cases are those with an opaque back, so the wireless charging receiver is hidden from view.
You’ll get the convenience of wireless charging, without any modifications to the internals of your iPhone. If you want to switch to traditional wired charging at any time, just unplug the charging coil to free up your Lightning port.
Coming soon to Mobile Fun
For more information or to place your pre-order, please visit the product page linked below:
You might also want to see our range of Qi wireless charging pads, to use with your newly Qi-enabled iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus:
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Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014
There are two types of phones in the world: phones with Qi wireless charging built in, and those without. Thankfully though, you can add wireless charging pretty easily. Just pick up a Qi wireless adapter that’ll sit behind your phone, inside your case, and you’ll get the benefits of wireless charging without needing a special case.
There are two different kinds of wireless charging adapters available, depending on the orientation of your phone’s microUSB port. If your microUSB port has the wide side at the bottom and the narrow side at the top, you’ll need the standard version. If it’s the opposite – wide top, narrow bottom – then you’ll need the inverted version.
The OnePlus One requires an inverted connector. Other phones compatible with the Type B include the Google Nexus 5, the HTC One M7 and M8, and almost every other HTC smartphone. For a full list, see the compatibility tab on the inverted version product page.
Almost all other phones use a standard orientation microUSB port, including nearly all Samsung, Sony, Motorola and LG phones. For the full list (and it’s a long one!) see the compatibility tab on the Standard version product page.
To place your order and to see more information, please visit the product pages linked below:
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Monday, June 23rd, 2014
The Samsung Galaxy S5 is a strong phone with relatively few design flaws, but here is one: when you have the official wireless charging cover installed, not all Galaxy S5 cases will keep fitting your phone. That’s why we’ve added a new case that does fit over the wireless charging cover, called the Belkin Air Protect Grip Bumper Case. Let’s take a closer look.
The Air Protect is a slim bumper case, which adds both grip and drop protection to your Galaxy S5. The bumper sports a dual-layer design, with reinforced flared corners that assist in dissipating the shock of drops or knocks. These corners add a lip around both the screen and the rear cover, ensuring that the brunt of the impact is taken by the bumper and not by the Galaxy S5′s vulnerable screen.
The rear of the phone is also protected from damage, thanks to a tough plastic backing which shrugs off scratches and prevents damage to the phone inside. This is transparent, to better allow you to show off the colour of Galaxy S5 that you chose. This also makes it easy to see details like the embossed Samsung logo and the textured finish of the battery cover.
The Belkin Air Protect is one of the best cases to use with the Official Wireless Charging Cover, and it will be available soon at Mobile Fun. The Air Protect comes in two colours – Black / Grey and Fuschia – which are available in fuller detail via the product pages linked here:
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Wednesday, April 30th, 2014
Wireless charging is awesome. iPhones are awesome. Let’s combine these two awesome things with one more awesome thing: a Qi Wireless Charging Receiver for the iPhone 5S, 5C and 5.
The ‘Wireless Charging Receiver’ sounds kind of complicated, but it’s really not. It’s just a little bit of coiled wire, sitting in a sealed plastic strip with a Lightning connector on the end. Once you plug this into the iPhone’s Lightning port, you can wirelessly charge your iPhone.
Of course, just having a random packet of coiled wired attached to your iPhone isn’t ideal. So what you can do is plug it in, then fold it behind the phone (next to the Apple logo on the back). Then you can put on a case of your choice, hiding the cable away but keeping your wireless charging capabilities.
This is a really nice way of doing things, because you can choose a case you like (or already own!) instead of being forced to choose a specific wireless charging case. And when you want to use the Lightning port, it’s simple to unplug the adapter and plug it back in when you’re done.
Of course, for wireless charging to work you do need a source of wireless power. This adapter and all of our charging pads are on the Qi standard, so any of these wireless charging pads will do the trick. You can find flat pads for your bedside table, stands for your desk and car holders for your automobile. It’s a pretty comprehensive system and it works well.
Interested in this Qi adapter for the iPhone 5S? For more information, including live ability and pricing information, visit the product page linked below:
I hope you find this useful! For more great accessories, stay tuned to the Mobile Fun blog.
Friday, April 4th, 2014
Wireless charging offers a slightly more convenient way of charging your phone, eliminating the hassle of plugging and unplugging. So far we’ve mostly seen Qi wireless chargers that sit on top of desks, some of which serving as a stand as well. Today, we’ll be looking at something rather more streamlined – a wireless charging pad that sits inside the desk itself.
The ZENS Qi Wireless Charging Pad for Furniture is designed to be installed at the surface of the desk or other piece of furniture, providing you with a clean and totally wireless surface. You just drill a circular hole in your piece of furniture, then slot the ZENS Wireless Charging Pad for Furniture into place. Meanwhile, the wires that connect the charger to the wall socket are kept out of sight below. It’s a clever solution, and one that is a step ahead of previous solutions.
Despite its unique positioning, the ZENS Qi Wireless Charger works like any other. It will charge your Qi-compatible phone or tablet until it is full, then over-charging protection will shut off the power to prevent excess heat buildup.
The Qi standard used here seems the favourite for phones in the future, and is already supported by a wide range of models from Samsung, Google and Nokia, among others. This means that your ZENS Qi wireless charger will remain useful for the foreseeable future. For more information on Qi, see our wireless charging guide.
If you’re interested in the Zens Qi Wireless Charging Pad, then have a look at the full product page linked below:
Thanks for checking out the article and be sure to let us know if you have any questions or comments about it. Have a good one!