Wireless Charging: Working and Benefits
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Wireless Charging: Working and Benefits

By CIOReview | Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Constantly plugging in the phone can cause damage to the charging port on the phone. This issue could be solved by switching to wireless charging.

FREMONT, CA: Who does not have a drawer at home full of random cables that only work with who knows what phone from the past? Is it not nice to have a single charger that can handle everything? This is where wireless charging enters the picture. Wireless chargers are practical, stylish, and simple to use. However, one may still have certain concerns, like how wireless charging works. Is it safe to use wireless charging? What are some of the advantages of wireless charging? Find the answers to the concerns below.

How Does Wireless Charging Work?

The wireless charger comes with a built-in transmitter, and mobiles with wireless charging come with a built-in receiver. The charger's transmitter sends a magnetic field to the receiver at the back of the phone, which the receiver turns into electricity to charge the battery. The transmitter and receiver must be close together for the most current, widely available wireless chargers to work. This is why phones must be properly positioned on chargers. This is also why most contemporary phones have a glass back rather than a metal back, as the metal back prevents the transmitter and receiver from communicating. On the other hand, most circumstances do not block the connection; therefore, users will not need to remove it to get it to operate.

Wireless Charging's Advantages

Wireless charging has several advantages over traditional charging cables.

It is Convenient: A sleek, simple charging pad may be kept on the desk, nightstand, or side table, and all one has to do is set the phone down to charge. And what happens if one needs to use it? Simply pick it up again. In addition, one does not have to care about annoying cables anymore.

No Damage to the Charging Port: Constantly plugging in the phone can cause damage to the charging port on the phone. This issue could be solved by switching to wireless charging.

No Frayed Cables: Speaking of damage, charging cables can easily bend and fray, rendering them worthless. One will not have to worry about this with a wireless charger.

Optimal for Battery Health: In the end, wireless charging is the most incredible option for battery health since it allows one to charge the phone frequently during the day while it is not in use.