According to a report published by Bloomberg, it appears that Apple is developing wireless charging technology (finally!) for its iPhone devices, and the company could be launching it as early as next year. With this piece of technology made available for owners of iPhones, they will be able to recharge their smartphones without having to fiddle with cables and all of that stuff.
So now we go to chapter two of Powermat Technologies’ ongoing legal drama. A judge from the Israeli court has decided to dismiss the motion that was filed by three of the wireless charging company’s board members, including Ran Poliakine, co-founder and former chief executive officer of the firm.
It appears that Huawei has come up with a prototype smartphone battery that can be recharged to half its capacity in only a span of five minutes. The Chinese mobile giant based the development of its new battery based on the same lithium ion chemistry being utilized in most smartphone batteries nowadays. However, Huawei exploited the way atoms of graphite bonded to the anode, producing a battery with super fast charging capabilities.
And the Samsung Galaxy S6 excitement continues to hit new levels. Roughly a month before the device is expected to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress, Samsung is hinting that its next flagship smartphone might feature fast wireless charging abilities.
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