Kenu is upgrading its car mount lineup with the new Airframe Wireless and Airbase Wireless. Both are compatible with all iPhones and even wirelessly charge the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, and newer. Airbase Wireless and Airframe Wireless also support rotation so you can easily mount your iPhone in landscape mode for navigation or drop your iPhone in portrait orientation for music control.
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Nomad, known for its popular line of leather smartphone cases, has just launched a new charging hub to accommodate all of your power-hungry devices. The Nomad Wireless Hub is capable of charging up to five devices at once, thanks to four USB charging ports, and a 7.5W wireless charging top surface. Watch our hands-on video walkthrough for more details. expand full story
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PSA: Powermat supporting Qi charging should mean more public chargers work with iPhones
If you’ve tried charging your iPhone 8 or iPhone X from one of the public charging mats available in places like coffee shops and airports, you’ve probably already discovered that not all of them work …
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Mophie launches new iPhone Juice Pack battery cases with wireless charging
Mophie is today launching a new line of wireless Juice Pack products for iPhone that add wireless charging capabilities to the previous lineup of popular battery cases.
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Review: iQi Mobile makes wireless charging a reality for iPhones, but is it worth the cost?
The iQi Mobile is an insert that enables wireless charging for the iPhone. At it’s core, it is a crowdfunded hack. It doesn’t have MFi certification and it looks like a branded DIY project. This is never going to be a mass-market accessory. There’s no need to beat around the bush — this is a geeky toy for people drawn in by the idea of wireless charging. But is it any good?
The iQi Mobile looks like a small matchbox-sized dog tag, with a Lightning connector on one end. The ribbon cable is bendy, but apparently it is a weak point. The accompanying warning notices clearly state that the cable will be damaged if it is bent completely 90° degrees.