Apple announced today the new iPhone 8 and iPhone X have wireless charging. However, while that is great news, the bad news is their wireless charging pads are not quite ready. That’s where Powermat comes into play!
Here’s the full press release…
Powermat wireless charging fully compatible with new Apple iPhone series Powermat’s wireless charging technology is ubiquitous to all standards
SAN FRANCISCO, September 13, 2017— With the news that the new iPhone series will support inductive wireless charging, Powermat is excited to announce that consumers will be able to seamlessly charge Apple’s newest smartphones on Powermat Charging Spots located around the world.
“We welcome Apple to the world of wireless charging,” said Elad Dubzinski, Powermat CEO. “As the first wireless charging company to develop the technology, we’ve always envisioned a world where wireless power is ubiquitous, and we believe the popular iPhone 8 will take wireless charging to the mainstream.”
Powermat is the wireless charging market leader and pioneer. Because there is nothing more frustrating than having your smartphone run out of battery while you’re busy and on-the-go, Powermat has always been committed to making charging easy for everyone. Powermat strives to supports all standards, Qi and AirFuel included, so consumers can effortlessly power up their smartphones wirelessly, regardless of what kind of device they own.
To ensure as many people as possible can benefit from wireless power, Powermat created the largest wireless charging ecosystem in the world. This ecosystem includes millions of transmitters and hundreds of millions of receivers implemented by leading partners such as Starbucks, Samsung, General Motors, San Bernardino University, and many more. To discover where your nearest Powermat Charging Spot is located, please download the Powermat app.
About Powermat Powermat is the pioneer and leader of the wireless power industry. Enjoyed by millions of consumers worldwide, Powermat’s technology is the platform of choice for such global leaders as Starbucks, Samsung, General Motors and Flex. To find out more, visit www.powermat.com.
Wireless charging might not be the newest feature on the block, because Android devices have had wireless charging for years now, but when Apple makes it happen, the world follows suit. Meaning, we will start to see more implementation of wireless charging in furniture, vehicles, and businesses. Less wires, the better if you ask me. Powemat is already ahead of the game and I am excited to start using their products with the new iPhones ASAP.
Think about it, if you’re at the airport it’s best to not have to worry about tangling up with cables and now you’ll be able to simply place your iPhone on a wireless charging pad. I can’t wait to see wireless charging widely adopted across all sorts of places. What might be more exciting is to have wireless charging pads installed in restaurant tables.
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