Many iOS experts claim that the latest iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are made to benefit accessory makers. Prima facie, this statement can offend you as an Apple fan, but if you dig deeper, you will realize that your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus is nearly paralyzed without accessories. Apart from its most essential accessories like iPhone 7 Plus cases & iPhone 7 Plus screen protectors, users require a lot of other smaller purchases.
Absence of wireless charging feature is also seen as Apple’s policy to give accessory makers some benefits. Thankfully, there is a way to use wireless charging on iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
With two devices at your side, you can easily charge your iPhone 7/7 Plus wirelessly.
How to Charge iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus Wirelessly
Step #1: First off, plug in the integrated lightning cable of QI Wireless Charging Receiver pad or patch. Now you should fold it over the back of your iPhone 7/7 Plus.
Step #3: Finally, you can put your iOS device in perfect position on the wireless charger pad/patch.
There are many wireless charging cases available online. You can buy any wireless charging case to charge your iPhone 7/7 Plus wirelessly. All you need to do is to cover your iPhone with the case and put it on wireless charger.
Before the launch of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, there were rumours galore about wireless charging and waterproofing of both devices. Though waterproofing is introduced, wireless charging is still a distant dream for many iPhone lovers.
Note that wireless charging gives users an air of pro iPhone owners. There are better alternatives of charging your iPhones. People have adopted iPhone 7 battery cases and iPhone 7 & 7 Plus power banks. Both the accessories provide freedom of movement as against wireless chargers, which need wires anyhow.
iPhone 7 Plus battery cases are a better option if you have to commute a lot during a day. On the flip side, battery cases offer limited power supply in comparison of power banks for iPhone and iPad, which can give you more than 25000mAh battery capacity.
To sum up, users are the best judge. Choose your iPhone accessories judiciously and stay away from fancy products that look stylish but give poor performance. As a smartphone user, you should be worried about the performance of your phone or the digital device, because accessories are made to support the main device; they cannot take place of the primary device you own.