Wireless charging could be on the horizon for Apple

Apple has been introducing new and innovative technologies into the market year after year. From the iPod to the iPhone, releases from the California-based technology giant have reshaped the way we listen to music and communicate with our friends and loved ones. By being able to compete in an especially competitive industry, the company has stayed at the forefront of innovation and technological progress.

Since rival smartphone manufacturer Samsung announces that its Galaxy 6 and S6 Edge models will have wireless charging, it seems like only a matter of time before the iPhone will implement this same feature. Even Windows has incorporated wireless charging technologies into models of their smartphones. With the technology becoming increasingly prevalent, the pressure is on Apple to provide its customers with this sought after feature.

Optimizing battery life is desired by consumers. In the development of the Apple Watch, app developers were stressed to create tools that will improve the device's ability to hold a long lasting charge that can withstand rigorous use throughout the day.

Car makers and furniture retailers are beginning to include wireless charging ports in their products. Those companies use technologies from the leading providers of wireless charging ports. Those companies are Qi, which is supported by the Wireless Charging Consortium (WPC), Rezence, which is allied with Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) and Powermat, which is in collaboration with the Power Matters Alliance (PMA).

Many industry analysts believe that Apple is waiting to see which on of these companies emerges away from the pack to strike a lucrative partnership. Until then, battery issues can be repaired by Apple support consultants like those at MC Services. Our experts provide mac repair solutions that can resolve an issues users have with their devices.