Wireless charging has been gaining popularity and more companies are realizing its potential. But the real boost in the adoption of wireless charging came when Apple decided to adopt Qi and join the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC). However, the rapid growth of wireless charging adoption has led to many low-quality, counterfeit products that are potentially unsafe. This is where the value of Qi certification comes in.
Wireless charging had a hot moment this year at IFA 2018, one of the leading tradeshows for the global technology industry.
WPC member Aircharge revealed it expanded its partnership with McDonald’s with an installation that represents the largest deployment of Qi wireless charging points at a single restaurant site.
For the last year, every week we’re seeing new advancements in wireless power, and with it, new levels of awareness about the coming wireless world.
Wireless charging adoption is on the rise, battery anxiety is on the decline, and many consumers realize that only “Qi Certified” wireless charging products offer the best in quality, safety and reliability.
No longer is wireless charging a “nice-to-have,” but rather a feature that will come with most major phones.
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