Apple devices that utilise Wireless Charging
Apple iPhone & Accessories Wireless Charging
Wireless Charging Range
Apple’s Wireless Charging range first launched in September 2017, with the Apple iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X. These three models all supported QI Wireless Charging. Every iPhone since has supported QI.
|iPhone SE||Apr 2020|
|iPhone 11 Pro Max||Sept 2019|
|iPhone 11 Pro||Sept 2019|
|iPhone 11||Sept 2019|
|iPhone XS||Sept 2018|
|iPhone XS Max||Sept 2018|
|iPhone XR||Sept 2018|
|iPhone 8||Sept 2017|
|iPhone 8 Plus||Sept 2017|
|AirPods Pro||Oct 2019|
How does Wireless Charging Work?
Apple Wireless charging works using magnetic induction. The mobile device is placed on the CHARGhub, and the phone will automatically start charging.
Charging could be effected by the thickness or the material of a phone case.
The magnetic induction charging could damage the magnetic strips found on the back of credit/debit cards, or the RFID chips found in cards. These should be removed from the device before charging.
It is normal for the mobile device to slightly warm, if the phone gets too warm, the mobile device may stop charging at around 80%, and only restart charging once the phone has cooled.
Wireless charging will not work, if the mobile device is connected via USB to another device.
Like this blog? Then read our Battery Anxiety Blog
Mobile Marketing is here to stay and rapidly grow as mobile proliferation grows, make sure your business is ready to intelligently communicate with your consumer in real time. Send your customers marketing and sales messages that will gain traction and cut-through, thus increasing loyalty, brand recognition and driving sales. Talk to us at CHARGit – Contact Us