How to use the iPhone X wireless charger?
1. Connect the charger to the power supply.
Please use the power adapter that comes with the accessory or the manufacturer's recommended power adapter.
2, place the charger on a horizontal surface or other location suggested by the manufacturer.
3, place the iPhone on the charger so that the display is facing up.
For best performance, place the phone in the center of the charger or as the manufacturer suggests.
The iPhone should start charging a few seconds after you put it on the wireless charger, and you should see an indication in the status bar when you start charging.
IPhone X wireless charging considerations
Wireless charging USES magnetic induction to charge the iPhone.
Don't put anything between the iPhone and the charger.
Placing a magnetic holder, magnetic cover, or other object between the iPhone and the charger can degrade the charger's performance, or damage a magnetic stripe or RFID chip (often found in certain credit CARDS, security signs, passports and smart keys).
If you have these sensitive items in your protective case, remove them before charging, or make sure they're not between the back of the iPhone and the charger.
The iPhone doesn't charge wirelessly when connected to USB.
If your iPhone USES USB to connect to a computer, or connects to a USB power adapter, the iPhone will use a USB connection to charge.
If your iPhone vibrates (for example, when notified), the iPhone may shift.
This could cause the charging pillow to stop powering the iPhone.
If this happens frequently, consider turning off the vibration function, turning on the do not disturb mode, or using a protective case to prevent movement.
Depending on the charging pillow you use, you may hear faint noise while the iPhone is charging.
If your iPhone doesn't charge or is slow to charge and has a thick case, metal case or battery case, try removing the case or case.
The iPhone can get a little hot when it's charging.To extend battery life, if the battery overheats, the software may limit charging at 80 percent of the charge.
When the temperature drops, the iPhone is recharged.
Try moving the iPhone and charger to a cooler position
Nokia 2012 launched the first support wireless charging mobile phone - 920, the company samsung in the Galaxy S6 phone also support wireless charging for the first time in 2014 Apple launched its first support wireless charging Apple Watch smart watches, began to test the waters, wireless charging market until autumn 2017 conference Plus 8/8 iPhone and iPhone X, officially join the big family of wireless charging.
Thanks to the size and reach of apple's big MAC, the wireless charging market has finally seen a burst, with penetration expected to reach nearly 50% in 2018.
First of all, from the macro aspect analysis, according to market research data, the wireless charging transmitter and receiver in 2018 can reach 550 million US dollars and 1.66 billion US dollars respectively, of which the wireless charging market in the smart phone industry has a scale of 600 million US dollars, 2020. The market is expected to reach US$12.7 billion in the year, with a compound growth rate of 40% and an impressive growth rate.
Secondly, in terms of daily use, wireless charging equipment brings convenience to our work and life, freeing the wire bondage brought by wired charging, and can be charged anytime and anywhere, on the office desk, on the sofa in the living room. Even the bedside of the bedroom is ready to be charged, and the experience is better than wired charging, which is more in line with the fast-paced working lifestyle of modern people. At the same time, it also eliminates the smoothness of the mobile phone interface brought by the frequent insertion of the mobile phone interface, and the loss caused by the bending of the wire.
It can be seen that wireless charging has become a matter of time for mobile phone users.
On the other hand, although wireless charging has obvious advantages, it is not perfect. Compared with the current mainstream wired charging, in order to make consumers inseparable from wireless charging, there are still several problems to be solved. The first is charging efficiency. At present, wired fast charging can already achieve 30W-40W power, and even 55W ultra-high fast charging technology is under development. In contrast, wireless charging is limited by the prior art, and power is generally small. At present, only 7.5W, the speed of wireless charging can not keep up with the mainstream demand; Second, the price, the price of wireless charging is generally higher than the price of wired charging. How to effectively reduce the cost based on improving the charging efficiency is urgently needed for wireless charger manufacturers.
For these problems, many brands at home and abroad have invested heavily in research and development of wireless fast charging technology. As a brand that has entered the wireless charging field since the beginning, Best has launched a variety of wireless fast charging devices to improve the efficiency of wireless charging.
At present, the mainstream mobile phone wireless charging is the Qi standard. Based on the principle of electromagnetic induction, the general output conversion efficiency is only 80%, which has a great relationship with the metal induction coil used. Best wireless charging is upgraded to pure copper coil, output rate is up to 98%, charging speed is increased by 45%, 9V/1.2A output is supported, and charging speed is one step faster than Apple wireless charging.