Iphone 7 Have Wireless Charging
Learn how to wirelessly charge your iPhone with Qi charging accessories.
What do you need
- iPhone 8
- iPhone 8 Plus
- iPhone X
- iPhone XS
- iPhone XS Max
- iPhone XR
- iPhone 11
- iPhone 11 Pro
- iPhone 11 Pro Max
IPhone 8 and later models support wireless charging, which makes it simple and intuitive. iPhone is compatible with Qi chargers, which are offered as separate accessories, are built into cars and furniture, and are available in cafes, hotels and airports. Qi is an open, universal charging standard created by Wireless Power Consortium (WPC).
Other Qi chargers may vary in functionality and performance. If you have questions, contact the manufacturer.
- Connect the charger to a power source. Use the power adapter supplied with the accessory or recommended by the manufacturer.
- Place the charger on a flat surface or in another location recommended by the manufacturer.
- Place your iPhone on the charger with the display facing up. For best results, place your iPhone in the center of the charger or in a location recommended by the manufacturer.
- IPhone charging starts a few seconds after being placed on the wireless charger.
An icon appears in the status bar.
- For wireless charging iPhone uses magnetic induction. Do not put anything between the iPhone and the charger. Magnetic mounts, magnetic cases and other objects between the iPhone and the charger can reduce charging performance or damage the magnetic strips or RFID chips used in some credit cards, electronic passes, passports and key rings. If any of these items are in your case, remove them before charging or make sure they are not located between the back of the iPhone and the charger.
- If the iPhone is charging slowly or does not charge at all while wearing a thick or metal case or battery case, remove the case.
- When your iPhone vibrates (for example, when you receive a notification), it may budge. In this case, the power supply from the mat on the iPhone may stop. If this happens frequently, turn off vibration, turn on Do Not Disturb, or use a case to prevent iPhone from moving.
- Some floor mats may make a slight noise when charging the iPhone.
- The iPhone may get a little warm while charging. In the case of strong heating, the maximum charge may be limited to 80% to extend the battery life. Charging the iPhone will continue when its temperature decreases. Try moving your iPhone and charger to a cooler place.
- iPhone does not charge wirelessly when connected to USB. If the iPhone is connected to a USB power adapter or to a computer via USB, it will be charged using a USB connection.
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