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Is wireless charging a worthwhile feature on a phone?
Wireless charging is a worthwhile feature on a phone.
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 charge a phone 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 makes rooms more aesthetically pleasing by removing cables.
It makes the whole charging process more convenient.
Wireless chargers are not always available.
Wireless charging is less environmentally friendly than regular charging due to higher power loss.
Wireless charging is slower than wired charging.
Wireless charging heats up the phone.
Phones without the feature are excluded. This marks a step backwards as right now it is easy to charge phones anywhere.
Wireless charging makes devices and their use more expensive.
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