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Is wireless charging a worthwhile feature on a phone?
Wireless charging is a worthwhile feature on a phone.
Wireless charging keeps a port free on the phone. This port can be used for other things.
The cable of the wireless charger can be used to charge a non-wirelessly chargeable phone with the same plug.
Wireless charging does not involve any ports or cables that can be damaged and stop working.
Free wireless charging pads are available in public places (Starbucks, airports, etc.). One can thereby even if no cable is available.
Wireless charging can be helpful in cars as it makes charging the phone easier and less distracting than dealing with a cable and plugs.
Wireless charging is compatible with multiple brands and does not rely on specific standards, like USB-C.
Wireless charging makes rooms more aesthetically pleasing by removing cables.
Wireless charging makes it easier than wired charging to pick-up the phone while charging to use it.
It is not actually wireless. The wireless charger still uses a cable to connect to the wall power outlet.
There are higher power losses in the wireless charger than in a regular charger.
Wireless chargers are not always available.
The phone cannot be picked up or moved around while it is wireless charging - with a wire, at least people can buy different lengths of charger for increased range of movement, but with wireless charging, the phone cannot leave the base
Wireless charging is slower than wired charging.
Wireless charging heats up the phone.
Wireless charging makes devices more expensive.
A wireless phone charger is more expensive than a charging cable.
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