Most often asked questions about wireless chargers.
by Kevin Kim
Most often asked questions about wireless chargers.
Wireless charging is becoming an essential function of new mobile phones, iPhone, Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, Oppo, LG, and other famous mobile phone brands have released their qi-compatible mobile phones. Here are some most often asked questions about the wireless charger for iPhone XS Max, let's have a look.
Why is my wireless charging so slow to charger iPhone XS?
This can happen for various reasons, both on your mobile phone and the wireless charger. Here let talk about what are the factors that will affect the iPhone xs max wireless charging speed.
• Firstly, You did not put the iPhone in the exact position,please place the centre of the device’s back on the centre of the wireless charging pad correctly.
• When there are foreign materials between the device and the wireless charger, such as coins, keys, metal plates, the device may not charge properly. Keep the device’s back and charging pad clean.
• Select the high-quality wireless charger with suitable input Voltage and Current. If you connect the charger with low power to the wireless charger for iPhone 11, the charging speed may slow and the battery may not charge properly. In order to achieve fast charging, we suggest using the QC3.0 adaptor.
• Please check the back cover of your device.No metal plate in your phone case is a must.
•Check the thickness of your mobile phone case. The max thickness of the protective case should no more than 5mm. The device must be placed very closely from the wireless charging pad. So some kind of back cover may prevent the wireless charging. If your phone case is thick, please remove the back cover and try to charge it again.iphone xs wireless charging with the very thick case will be a problem to charging speed, also cause the iPhone xs max wireless charging not working.
•Select the quality-ensured Qi-certified wireless chargers brands, such as Samsung, Mophie, Ravepower, Seneo, or you can check the link below to know which are the best wireless chargers for your iPhone 11 max.
How do I get my iPhone to charge on a wireless charger?
*Does iPhone xs have fast charging? Some people even don't know it at all. Actually, not all the iPhone support wireless charging, only the iPhone 8 and the later models are qi-enabled. If your iPhone is qi enabled, please follow the steps to wireless charge it:
*Connect your wireless charger to power.
*Place the wireless charging pad on your desk or nightstand.
*Place your iPhone 11 max on the charger with the display facing up.
*Your iPhone should start charging a few seconds after you place it on your wireless charger.
How long does a wireless charger last?
From using the 7.5W Wireless charger and an iPhone 8 Plus, It takes about 3 hours to fully charge. According to one of our tests, 5 minutes will charge 3%,30 minutes for 20%, 1 hour 15 minutes for 50%, and 100% in 2 hours 59 minutes. It can not keep 7.5w during the whole charging process, only keeps in the first 20 mins, and then back to 5W Charging. The iOS 11.2 update increased the maximum wireless charging speed to 7.5 watts from 5 watts. That's 50 percent faster, but charging speeds vary, and they slow down a lot as the battery gets full. Still, if you want the best performance in a wireless charger, look for one that can support 7.5 watts or more. If the temperate going high, the charging current will keep reducing.
How fast is Qi charging? How fast is the fast wireless charging of wireless520?
The Qi 1.2 standard supports charging speeds of up to 15 watts (9 volts/1.67 amps), but 5 W, 7.5 W, and 10 W chargers are more common right now. iPhones support up to 7.5 watts, and many Android phones like Samsung can do up to 10 watts. The latest Samsung Note10 pro is able to charge up to 15 watts. Some other famous brands, such as Xiaomi, Max output is up to 40 watts, which means we can fully charge the Xiaomi 4000mah mobile phone in 1.5h by using its own wireless charging pad, for example, If you use other OEM brands to charge the Xiaomi or Huawei P40 Plus, it is only 5w normal charging speed. Please check the Teardown unbox of Huawei 40w supercharger fast wireless charging stand.
What are the advantages of wireless charging?
Wireless charging is neither good or bad, it just is:
If you want the easiest way to just set your phone down and have it charge, and then be able to just pick it up whenever you want, it is good.
But it charges slower than plugging it into a cable. If you are going to be away from a power source for a while and you need to charge fast, then wireless would not be as good. Below are some reasons why you should buy and try wireless chargers.
"What I hate about regular chargers is the damage of the wire. I have to replace it from time to time to be able to charge properly. With wireless charging I can use the dock as a stand while I charge. It’s very convenient." Said Joey, a fashion office girl who prefers to charge her new iPhone XS by using a wireless charging dock.
*A safer way to transfer power to your iPhone XS Max.
*You don't need to fiddle with cables compared with wired charging.
*Simple to just drop your iPhone x on the charging pad.
*Puts less strain on the charging port of your iPhone
*You just set it down when you want it to charge, pick it up when you need it. It's convenience more than anything.
*Just imagine the situation: no need to plug & unplug a cable every time you need to charge your phone, simply drop your phone on the charging pad and it starts charging without doing anything else. Everything looks elegant and neat; you don't need to worry about where you left your cable, or charger for that matter.
Convenience is the main reason for a wireless charger. For now, it’s probably the only real reason as well.
Once you have a wireless charging pad or stand set up, it’s very convenient to simply put your phone on it to charge up. No fumbling with cords, or accidentally dragging something off a table if you forget to unplug the phone.
While it's still novel, the technology is getting better, and less expensive. With a newer Samsung device, you can take advantage of the higher power transfers (2A / 15W), compared with the iPhones and last-gen gadgets (2A / 7.5W).
Again, it’s convenient. Charging by wire right now is still the fastest, most efficient way to get power into your battery.
In five years, I expect that wireless charging will be the dominant model. If Starbucks can move a little faster on building the chargers into all their stores, it might happen even quicker.
What are the disadvantages of wireless charging?
It’s slow. The fast charge can provide 2.5A or more, but Qi is typically 0.5A to 2A… although this can decrease battery deterioration.
It creates some waste heat. Lithium batteries deteriorate faster if they’re charged while hot.
If you don’t have a well-shaped wireless charging pad, the phone may charge intermittently, get warmer than usual, or get accidentally bumped off before the charge is complete.
You can find chargers and cords everywhere. Wireless chargers are not as easy to find and they’re more expensive.
Having USB chargers in homes and businesses enables nearly everyone to charge. Having wireless chargers doesn’t help others nearly as often.
It’s not nearly as convenient to use a wireless charger while also using the phone.