Is wireless charging harmful to mobile phone batteries?

    With the continuous advancement of technology, wireless charging has become popular. The addition of Apple last year has made wireless charging more and more popular. Some people in wireless charging love it, but others are questioning, questioning whether wireless charging will affect mobile phone batteries. Why can I charge my phone without wire contact?

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    The principle of wireless charging is actually very simple. I believe many people know the phenomenon of "electromagnetic induction". It is a magnetic field generated by the current passing through the coil, and the coil close to the magnetic field generates an induced current, thereby achieving wireless transmission of current. The current wireless charger is using this principle. 


    Since it is a magnetic field, will it damage the mobile phone battery? The answer is no. Because the back of the mobile phone that supports wireless charging also has a coil that is used to receive the magnetic field energy, the electromagnetic induction of wireless charging can only affect the coil on the back of the mobile phone. So the paradox of using wireless charging to damage your phone should stop at wisdom.

    Some people like it, but some people think that wireless charging is inconvenient and charging is slow. In fact, the speed of charging still depends on the wireless charging power. The EnergyPad wireless charger is equipped with a maximum of 10W wireless transmission, which not only charges quickly, but also does not need to be aligned to a fixed position when charging. Therefore, while providing free access, no need to frequently plug in the line, it can be as fast as wired charging.

    Because wireless charging not only reduces the use of data lines, but also makes the charging method more free and safer. Although the current wireless charging is not as unconstrained as we expected, it can be charged anytime and anywhere in free space. But I believe that the future will achieve what we expect.