According to recent reports, the Apple AirPower wireless charging mat will enter production later this month, after missing its target last year.
OPPO has joined the Wireless Power Consortium which could very well mean QI wireless charging could come to future OPPO and OnePlus phones.
It can charge Apple and Samsung phones as well as the Apple Watch and it will cost about $100 whenever it launches for real.
Apple spoke of it in September of 2017 - a multi-device wireless charging mat. It said it would be coming in 2018. It's not 2018 anymore. What happens now?
The Apple Watch is getting a new way to charge: standing on its side. The new magnetic charging dock can't charge three devices at once, though.
Samsung, being the massive tech presence it is, has a raging tide of discounts for its fridges, tablets, phones, laptops, everything.
According to Qualcomm, the company is working on boosting both wired and wireless charging standards next year to save more time.
Currently, only the $79 Google-made Pixel Stand can charge the Pixel 3 at 10 watts. But soon, third-party pads will, too.
New iPad Pro models are expected to show up in Brooklyn at the end of the month as well as a few new Macs. Maybe even a wireless charging pad?
Finaly, a Pixel phone from Google that can charge wirelessly through Qi! That took a while. Thing is, it's quite a bit of cash for the show.
New iPhones, a new MacBook Air, new Apple Watches, a new wireless charging pad, maybe even a new iPad Pro? All to be told on September 12.
Pixel 3 wireless charging is demoed in a video which is part of a series of leaks revealing everything about the phone before it's even announced.
Faster iPhone wireless charging will reportedly available on select 2018 models. Their pre-order dates have also been subject to chatter.
AirPower has been a longstanding project for Apple and progress has been in starts and stops. But at the end of the day, there's a price to apy.
The charging pad can take two devices, be it two phones, a phone and a smartwatch or anything Qi-compatible. And it's only $120.
Apple has filed for trademark on what seems to be a method for a MacBook or an iPad to wirelessly charge your iPhone or Apple Watch.
The CEO of the company is looking for faster, more efficient and non-destructive ways to charge his phones. Until then, it's business as usual.
Employees have been stifled by one obstacle after another as to getting a wireless charging pad of a capability never seen before.
A Rosenblatt analyst also has words about some charging components coming from different places and being more powerful than ever before.
At the very least, Google is testing out a system app for the Pixel phones to be able to accept wireless charge and information about the charge.
HTC has argued that the wireless charging experience is far from convenient enough to include on the U12+. Wires should get things done quicker.
At this point, it sounds like the sequel to 2016's budget iPhone will adopt a design that allows it to have one feature that the other, more expensive iPhones have.
A 4-inch iPhone SE 2 may well be right around the corner, according to yet another semi-reliable source, but the original's headphone jack is reportedly a goner.