Wireless charging is one of the recent technological innovations in the world of mobile phones and that is gaining more followers among users of this type of mobile devices thanks to the great advantages and comforts that it offers.
We know that charging the mobile battery wirelessly is very useful. But, have you ever thought if it could cause some inconvenience in the operating system of your mobile?
If your company offers or plans to offer this type of wireless Qi to its customers don’t miss this article in which we will talk about the benefits of wireless charging and also break urban myths about those possible damages of wireless charging to the smartphone system. Let’s see them shall we?
Wireless charging: Apple’s hand trend
The Qi cargo itself has been available for several years. However, it was not until recently that the major mobile companies decided to incorporate this charging option to their terminals. However, they stayed a bit in the shade until in 2017, Apple, decided to incorporate this charging method to its latest terminals made with glass case.
As you know, Apple tends to set trends that last over time, this is no news in the market, it is a fact that the brand boosts the important trends in the sector, and also manage to make them last over time.
A few weeks ago we already talked about wireless charging systems, what is wireless charging and how does Wireless Power charging works. Sure you remember that the option of wireless charging is not something available for all devices, nor is it available to most, although the forecast for the future is to reach a point where all mobile devices have this comfortable option.
Benefits: the advantages that mark the success of Wireless chargers
It is clear that if the wireless chargers have become fashionable this year for sure there is a strong motive behind. Therefore, below we are going to reveal how wireless charging can be useful and how it can get you and your company’s customers out of trouble on many occasions.
Easy use without worries. You can recharge whenever you want without needing a cable compatible with your device model, you will only need a wireless charging base. We remind you that in YupCharge we have fast charging wireless charging bases like our Yupwireless Qi base, which can also be easily integrated into the furniture of your establishment.
Goodbye to the damage in the connector of your mobile. A common complaint among owners, is the wear and tear that their terminals suffer for the repeated times they must charge their phones. Well with wireless charging this is a problem that is left behind thanks to its wireless connection.
Universal mobile phone battery charger. The wireless chargers are compatible with any model of mobile device. No matter what your brand of smartphone or your customers have, whether a Samsung Galaxy S9, an iPhone X8 or any other, they will all have the opportunity to recharge their devices.
Service within reach of all. One of the main benefits of offering wireless charging service to your customers is the low investment they require. Because, the price is insignificant but the profits are very high.
Booming technology. Wireless charging is a technology whose success is assured as there are more and more devices on the market that incorporate this option and many other brands plan to incorporate it in the immediate future.
Disadvantages of Wireless Qi chargers
We have seen how wireless charging works although we have not yet mentioned the possible problems that we may encounter. Surely you are wondering: Will I be able to charge several phones at the same time? Is this method compatible with fast loading? What happens if my wireless phone does not charge?
Next, we are going to analyse these questions:
It is not possible to use the mobile phone. When a device is being charged by a Qi wireless charger it is not possible to use it. This is because our smartphone will have to be at the exact point of the wireless charging base. If we move it a few centimetres away from the loading point, it will probably not load.
Incompatibilities. It is true that wireless chargers are universal, so they are compatible with any mobile device. However, if your phone with wireless charging does not charge it is probably due to some problem with the composition of the device. Check the features of a Wireless mobile and check if your mobile is compatible with Wireless Qi technology.
False myths about wireless charging
Charging the mobile all night in the wireless charger is bad
This is a subject that should be treated just like conventional chargers. Current smartphones automatically stop receiving power when the battery is 100% complete. Thanks to this, we can affirm that leaving the phone all night charging on a wireless charger is not detrimental to the life of the battery of our mobile phone. However, remember to keep the battery of all your devices charged between 40% and 80% battery levels.
Wireless charging is not useful for most devices
Another aspect that we have mentioned a few times. Wireless charging requires a terminal with certain technical characteristics and composition. It is true that there are more and more mobile phones that incorporate these features but there are still many others that do not yet have it.
However, it is the best alternative if you want to charge several devices with the same charging method since it is possible to charge the mobile, tablet, smart watch and other smart devices with wireless charging at the same time. So definitely, it is one of the most useful chargers in the market.
If you’re considering incorporating wireless charging as one of the additional services and loyalty for your customers, you’re thinking right!
It is a service whose investment is relatively low but which generates a very high return. Having said that, we recommend you take a look at our “smart furniture” and fast-charging wireless chargers: Yupwireless Dual and Yupwireless Qi.
With YupCharge the success of your business is very close, thanks to our charging services you will be able to retain your customers in the best possible way due to the added value of the wireless charging stations.