One reason why the many devices, including the iPhone, can not be charged without wires is because, until now, could not be loaded through metal. Thanks to Qualcomm, this has come to an end and the iPhone of the future may be metal and simultaneously charged the same way as does Apple Watch. Mind you, I’m not saying not nearly this news wants to say that the iPhone 6s will be wirelessly charge.

Qualcomm has managed to charge through metal using your WiPower technology, which is designed to be compatible and becomes the first company to announce wireless charging for devices of metal.

The General Manager of Qualcomm’s wireless charging, Steve Pazol, explains that:

“Building a wireless charging solution into devices with metal exteriors is a significant step for moving the entire industry forward,” Steve Pazol, general manager of Wireless Charging for Qualcomm, said in a press release. “Today, more device manufacturers are choosing to utilize metal alloys in their product designs to provide greater structural support and, of course, aesthetics. QTI’s engineering advancement eliminates a major obstacle facing wireless power and opens up the continued adoption of this desirable feature to a much wider range of consumer electronics and use cases.”

WiPower works at a frequency which is more tolerable to metal objects entering the loading area. Moreover, this progress remains the ability to load and had WiPower devices requiring up to 22 watts at speeds equal to or greater when compared with other wireless charging technologies.

It is also based on MRI technology and allows for greater flexibility and convenience in wireless charging, which, besides allowing a wide range of devices, it also has more room for error in time to support the device in the holder. Besides all this, it also allows simultaneous charging of multiple devices of different power with intelligent Bluetooth.{Source: Qualcomm}

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