Wireless charging technology has been around for a while. Companies such Apple have not yet taken advantage of it in their products. But that could change soon if the latest report by Digitimes proves to be true. Digitimes is reporting that Apple could introduce wireless charging for iPhone as early as 2013:
Apple is likely to adopt the wireless charging technology developed internally, but it remains unknown if the next-generation iPhone will come with built-in wireless charging capability or with other attached accessories, said the sources.
We have heard a lot of rumors about the iPhone 5S/6. Not many of them have pointed to Apple adopting wireless charging technology for its next great smartphone. Previous rumors about this very idea have been shot down in the past. It is safe to say that Apple will eventually offer wireless charging in future iDevices. But it is highly doubtful we will see it happen in 2013.
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This product has an interchangeable EMV element. It is available in multiple colors too. This wireless signal booster case looks decent and could prove very useful for mobile professionals.
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