Advantages of a wireless charger
Do you already have one wireless charger at home? It’s ideal because you get rid of many different cables in one fell swoop. Because do you also have a dresser full of cables at home?
Let this be your solution.
Chargers. One from your phone, one from your husband’s phone and the kids have one too these days. A cable for your fitbit or smartwatch, a tablet, laptop and whatnot. They are in the drawer, on the cabinet, the countertop. I find chargers everywhere.
Fortunately, there is now a very easy solution to this. Namely a wireless charger
Working from home as a blogger
Since I quit my practice as a weight consultant, I’ve been blogging full time. When the boys are at school, I do my things in the household and then get to work on the laptop. This is of course ideal. I have the house to myself and can work just fine this way.
I don’t need much as a blogger. Still, there are three things I couldn’t live without. That’s my laptop, my iPhone and my notebook.
Laptop and iPhone
I am overjoyed with my Apple MacBook Air. It took a while to convince me, but now I wouldn’t have it any other way. I love working with the MacBook. And don’t understand why I waited so long to buy one.
With the MacBook came an iPhone. I love the way my iPhone and laptop communicate with each other. I take a lot of pictures with my phone, both privately and for my blog, and because they are directly on my computer, I can use them in articles or for Social Media. Last but not least I always carry a notebook with me.
Too often I have ideas while walking outside or lying in bed, these days I jot them down in my notebook right away.
Because I use my phone so much, it needs to be charged often too. Makes sense because I always want to be reachable. When you want to get the most out of your iPhone, wireless charging with a wireless charger is ideal.
I searched on wireless charging iPhone and came across several models. Wireless charging eliminates the need for cords at all during the charging process. This makes smartphone charging a lot easier ánd more fun.
And besides, you can just take the Apple wireless charger anywhere you go.
The latest iPhones, such as the iPhone 8 and iPhone x, come with the built-in wireless charging feature as standard. The older and other iPhone models do not have this and so then the Qi station with a power cord and charger is not enough. In these cases, you can charge the iPhone wirelessly in combination with a qi receiver that is laid on the Qi station.
Then the power from the case will still go to the station and there will be a connection. There is a large Wireless Charger choice.
Wireless charging benefits
- Wireless charging is incredibly fast.
- The charger has a long service life.
I find the wireless charger ideal. Because I have an iPhone 7, I use the qi receiver. I plug this in and put it with my phone against the charger. The charger is in a fixed place on the cabinet and this looks a lot better than all those loose cords that were there before.
I find it ideal that when I put my phone on the charger and I get a call or want to check something, I don’t have to take the cable out first, but can pick up my phone right away. Because I use the qi receiver, I don’t notice that wireless charging is faster than with a cable, which will probably be the case with the newer models of phones. My husband sees absolutely no added value in wireless charging.
Especially since we now use a qi receiver with it, he still doesn’t find it wireless. And there he has a point.