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Life can never be too convenient for us. We always want more, and that’s certainly the case with technology. Twenty years ago we never imagined our lives would be as technical as they are, yet it’s still not enough. We want more. Wireless charging for smartphones is one of those items on our list.

It doesn’t seem like we’ll have to wait too much longer, although that all depends on what you consider “true” wireless charging. DigiTimes is reporting that “industry sources” are telling them that the next generations of the Samsung Galaxy and the iPhone will have some form of wireless charging.

The next iPhone to be released, reportedly called the iPhone 5S, with the most recent shipping rumor talking of an August 2013 release, will utilize a wireless charging technology that Apple developed. What isn’t known is if the wireless charging will be built into the device or whether it will require an accessory for the charging.

The Samsung Galaxy S IV, due to be released next week is said to have the Qi wireless charging technology. It might not ship with the wireless charging capability and might require users to buy an additional back cover that will access a charging pad. Nokia already uses this technology. It requires the user to place the phone in a compatible charger or use a wireless charging shell. Ideally, several phones will eventually use the same technology which will make it possible to have universal charging stations.

There are already charging mats out there that will charge things wirelessly. But the kick of this, as well as with the Qi wireless charging technology, is that those things need to be plugged in. It’s not like it can be done without any electric power at all. There just doesn’t need to be a wire used.

Either way, whether with the Qi technology or something similar, what wireless charging will do is make it that much more convenient. The more ways that exist to charge phones, tablets, and other mobile devices, the better it will be all around. I’d like to be able to charge my iPhone 5 without having to sit next to a wall outlet. I only need a USB plug or a a wall outlet to charge it, but being next to a wall outlet isn’t always convenient. But to use the Qi technology, I’d still have to be near an outlet.

Regardless, with Apple and Samsung stepping up to the plate to provide some type of wireless charging, it shows the industry is listening. It may not be exactly what we expect by wireless charging, but it’s still another step in that right direction.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 Review

Our Verdict

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 is one of the best Android tablets we’ve ever reviewed. In terms of hardware it’s the best you can buy right now and has a superbly thin and light design. There’s very little to dislike here aside from some elements of the TouchWiz software and the higher price compared to Android rivals (the iPad mini 2 is the obvious alternative if you’re not set on Android). If you would rather save money and aren’t so bothered about top-notch spec and additional features like the fingerprint scanner and IR blaster, check out the Nexus 7 and LG G Pad 8.3.

Samsung has launched two new Android tablets so here’s our in-depth review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4. Also see: The best tablets of 2014.

The new Galaxy Tab S range consists of the 8in model and a larger 10in model. The former uses an 8.4in screen size and will have to compete with devices like the iPad mini 2, Nexus 7 and LG G Pad 8.3. Check out our Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 hands-on review.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review: UK price

At first, Samsung announced the 8.4in model of the Galaxy Tab S series would cost £349, a fairly hefty price for a smaller tablet. However, the firm realised this was a little over the odds, got its marker pen out and changed the price tag to £319.

That means it matched the Apple iPad mini with Retina display (coincidence we think not) but it’s worth bearing in mind that some devices on the market are a lot cheaper. The Nexus 7 can be yours for £199 while the LG G Pad 8.3 can be bought for the same price now after entering the market at £249.

The £319 model comes with Wi-Fi only so if you want 4G connectivity as well, you’ll be looking at £399.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review: Design and build

The Galaxy Tab S models will in two colours: ‘Dazzling White’ and ‘Titanium Bronze’. The former has a white rear cover and front bezel while the latter is grey/silver in those places. Both have a copper/gold colours edge and details like the logos.

Somewhat more interesting than the colour is how thin and light this new tablet is. It’s just 6.6mm thick according to Samsung which is thinner than the iPad mini 2 and Nexus 7. For its size, it’s also staggeringly light; just 294g which makes it really easy to hold one-handed.

Those two odd looking circles on the back are for attaching a case – Samsung has gone for this method instead of magnets or a simple clip over. The Samsung Book Cover is available in different colours and, although it’s a little tricky to use, won’t come off easily. It protects the screen during travel and also allows you to tilt the tablet into various different viewing positions. The downside is that it costs a whopping £45.

Also see our  Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 vs Apple iPad Air comparison review.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review: Hardware

Samsung touting viewing as the headline features of the Galaxy Tab S range and as such, the 8.4in has the same resolution as the 10in model and 16:10 aspect ratio. A whopping 2560 x 1600 ((WQVGA) on an 8.4in screen means an impressively high pixel density of 359ppi making it the highest we’ve seen on a tablet. As you might expect, the display is amazingly crisp and clear. Samsung says the range has the ‘world’s greatest screen’ for a tablet.

It’s hard to argue with that although Samsung’s AMOLED technology isn’t to everyone’s taste. The punchy colours can be a little over the top making things look oversaturated and in your face so it’s understandable if you would prefer a more natural, laid back display.  

Fortunately, you can adjust the screen mode. By default it’s on adaptive display which adjusts the display’s gamma, saturation and sharpness depending on the content, but there’s also AMOLED cinema, AMOLED phot and basic. The latter provides a more muted look and feel.

Since the tablet is all about the viewing experience, it’s refreshing to see stereo speakers – although they are side mounted rather than forward facing. They pack a reasonable punch but quality deteriorates at higher volume levels. Think YouTube videos rather than feature length film use.

Although you’ll have to pay more for the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 compared to its Android-powered rivals, you do get technology which you’ll struggle to find elsewhere. Samsung has borrowed the IR blaster and fingerprint scanner from the Galaxy S5 (but not the heart rate monitor if you care).

It is a little strange, we think, that the IR blaster is on the side of the tablet so you’ll need to turn it round into landscape mode to make use of it which isn’t the device’s natural orientation.

Storage is a fairly standard 16- or 32GB internally (although we can’t find the higher capacity on sale yet) and Samsung, as usual, offers a microSD card slot which can accept up to 128GB cards.

There’s no downgrade when it comes to other internal hardware compared to the 10.5in model. The tablet has a very healthy 3GB of RAM which is partnered by Samsung’s own Exynos 5 Octa-core processor – it has four 1.9GHz cores and four 1.3GHz cores.

With the same core line-up as the larger model, we didn’t need to hold the front page as benchmark results were identical or only a few points off. We recorded 2765 in GeekBench 3, 14fps in the GFXBench T-Rex test, 3fps in the harder Manhattan test and 1089ms in SunSpider.

From a user perspective, the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 provides smooth performance. However, perhaps not quite as good as the spec sheet suggests. We have found, like with the Tab S 10.5, occasional lag – sometimes just switching the screen on, or opening an app. Luckily, these lulls of speed were pretty rare so we can safely say that overall the performance is satisfactory.  

As we mentioned earlier, if you want mobile internet, a 4G LTE model is available for an extra £80. This device doesn’t have NFC but does have other wireless tech which you’d expect from a decent tablet including 11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS.

Photographers will be pleased to hear that the the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 has an 8Mp rear facing camera with an LED flash and a 2.1Mp front facing camera. Both camera are of decent quality, if you should like taking photos and video from a tablet and you can see a sample below.

Included camera modes are auto, beauty face, shot & more, panorama, HDR and dual camera but you can download more.

See also:  Best Android tablets: here’s where we bring to you the 22 best Android tablets in the UK right now.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review: Software

The Galaxy Tab S 8.4 is running up-to-date software so it has Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Samsung’s latest TouchWiz interface pre-installed. The interface mirrors that of the Galaxy S5 with the firm’s own icons, widgets and drop down notification bar etc.

There are good and bad things about TouchWiz although these will somewhat come down to personal taste and how you use the device.

We like the ability to run two apps side-by-side on the tablet and you can access this feature (Multi-window) by swiping in from the right side of the screen so it’s easily accessible at any time. There’s also the way the recent apps menu pops up from the bottom of the screen without using the entire display, which on tablets is pretty unnecessary.

The notification bar is also packed with helpful elements including quick settings for lots of, er, settings and sliders for both screen brightness and volume. SideSync 3.0 is also handy for controlling a smartphone (calls and texts etc) from the tablet but it has to be a compatible Samsung handset.

Our main quibble is with Magazine UX which sits to the left of the main homescreen panel. It works a bit like HTC’s BlinkFeed providing content tailored to what you’re interested in. It also has a section for organisation such as a calendar and email but these only provide info if you use the built-in apps, not Google’s.

That’s fine if you use that kind of feature but Samsung doesn’t allow the interface to be removed, one panel must remain so at best, you’ll have to ignore it exists.

New additions include Papergarden, Samsung’s latest digital magazine service, and Kick – a football app which provides in-depth data and stats on players and teams. It also features the latest scores and information while games are in progress. It’s a shame that the tablet won’t be on sale until half way through the World Cup then.  

There is a load of free content up for grabs if you do buy a Galaxy Tab S thanks to Galaxy Gifts. By submitting a proof of purchase form online, Samsung will let you download some apps for nothing including RunKeeper and Cut the Rope 2. Even better is free three- and six month subscriptions to Sky’s Now TV service and Deezer.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 review: Battery life

With a smaller battery than the 10in model (unsurprising), you won’t be shocked to discover that the device doesn’t last as well. Perhaps it would with less demanding hardware than it’s bigger brother but as we’ve pointed out the resolution of the screen remains at 2560 x 1600.

The 4900mAh non-removable battery holds its charge well when not being used (on standby/sleep), as we found with the Galaxy Tab S 10. In terms of video playback, you’ll get a decent performance of around or nine hours on average (mainly depending on screen brightness). Samsung claims 12 hours of video and 10 hours of web browsing over Wi-Fi.

With varied use – we’re talking occasional web browsing, gaming, social networks, videos etc – you’ll find the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 will comfortably last a few days before you need to charge it.

Specs Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4: Specs

Android OS 4.4.2 (KitKat)

18.4in Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 2560 x 1600 pixels, 359 ppi

Exynos Octa-core processor (1.9GHz & 1.3GHz)

microSD, up to 128 GB

16/32 GB internal storage

3 GB RAM

GPRS

802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Wi-Fi Direct, dual-band, DLNA

Bluetooth 4.0 LE with A2DP

IR Blaster

Fingerprint scanner

GPS

microUSB v2.0 (MHL 2.1)

stereo speakers

3.5mm jack

8 Mp, 3264 x 2448 pixels, 1080p@30fps

2.1 Mp front camera

Non-removable Li-Po 7900 mAh battery

126 x 213 x 6.6 mm

294 g

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Ever wanted a robot butler to do your household chores? Let’s face it, since seeing The Jetsons as kids, we’ve all dreamed of it — or maybe I’m showing my age here.

The good news is, the dream might be closer than you think, as London startup Prosper Robotics, founded by Shariq Hashme, a former OpenAI employee, is working on a “robot butler.”

Though the household robot isn’t ready yet, the company hopes to start alpha testing with the first models in around eight months, with the robot on the market in around two years time.

Hashme says it can do all the mundane household tasks we hate, from laundry to folding clothes, loading and emptying the dishwasher, cleaning floors and surfaces, and even preparing simple meals, like salad.

The robot runs on wheels, with two arms it can raise and lower to do jobs. Its “hands” can straighten bedding, fold clothes, or put away dishes.

It will come with a tool kit of up to 100 tools like a specialized mop or suction cups to help it perform tricky tasks (like removing Tupperware lids).

Because the robot can hold knives, there are some safety concerns, but the company sees the home helpers as being operated remotely initially, while their owners are out at work.

Hygiene was also a concern, but the robot will wear different sets of “gloves,” preventing any cross-contamination, and it can put these in the dishwasher for cleaning between tasks.

It’s not as high-tech as it sounds quite yet, though. We’re still some way away from full automation as there’s not much data available out there to train a household robot on. These robots learn from doing the same tasks over and over, so right now, some more complex tasks (like making a salad) will need to rely on human operators.

The company will charge a subscription fee to cover the robot’s insurance and maintenance, and to pay humans to teleoperate the robot using a VR interface. If you’re thinking this could be a privacy issue, Hashme says the interface blurs out text and human faces, but ultimately still allows a human operator to see inside your home.

The real challenge here is creating a household robot at a realistic price. Prosper’s butler will cost somewhere between $5-10k plus the subscription costs. So while it’s out of reach for many of us, we can expect to see it in the homes of those who can afford it in the next couple of years!

Best Wireless Charging Cases For Iphone 11 Pro In 2023

Thinking of switching to a mess-free wireless charging solution, but don’t know which case will suit the mix best? Well, don’t you worry, child, this list of best wireless charging cases for the iPhone 11 Pro is all that you’ll need. Just surf through and pick one.

1. PITAKA magnetic case – Editor’s choice

PITAKA is a premium brand that manufactures high-quality cases for iPhones. Apart from the wireless charging case, PITAKA is known for producing military-grade and slim cases for iPhones. This case is arguably the best for your iPhone. It is made of 100% aramid fiber, which is quite often used for military materials, bulletproof vests, supercars, airplanes, and spacecraft. You can imagine the power of this material.

There are embedded metal plates inside the case, which make it compatible with in-vehicle holders (made by PITAKA). You can also use PITAKA’s MagDock – an all-in-one wireless charging dock for iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods. This case is ultra-thin and lightweight (0.03-in, weight 0.48oz).

Check out on Amazon

2. Spigen thin fit case for iPhone 11 Pro – Camera protection

Check out on Amazon

3. Temdan case – Built in Screen Protector

Temdan has designed a heavy-duty rugged case, which takes all your worries about damage and injuries on iPhone. For a peaceful Apple experience, this full-body bumper case is a must. The product is equipped with a screen protector to save your device screen from scratches and scrapes. The drop-proof case kills your fear of accidental drops, bumps, and falls.

Turn up and down the volume, take a selfie, wake up the screen, or restart your device – all this in a jiffy. And the reason is precisely cut out the case. Once you install the case, your iPhone is protected from all sides and corners, thanks to TPU shock-absorption and elevated surrounding corners.

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4. Spigen Hybrid case for iPhone 11 Pro – Crystal clear

One more wireless charging case from Spigen. But there is a reason behind this addition. This ultra hybrid case boasts a kickstand. To meet the challenges of your active life, Spigen has used a durable TPU bumper with a PC back. You can run after your dreams while using your premium device. Snap out the metal kickstand and adjust the screen to watch videos and read eBooks on your device.

While you have placed your iPhone on a kickstand, everyone can see the true colors and design of your device as this case has crystal clear transparency.

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5. LOHASIC case – Premium leather

Appreciate the classy and vintage leather design of LOHASIC. This wireless charging case for the iPhone is made of premium PU leather, which imparts a luxurious look to the case. Experience ultra-slim and pocket-friendly profile in a unique style. To make it functional, LOHASIC has raised lips around the screen and camera lens; this will protect your device from scratches, shocks, and drops.

When you are chasing your professional targets, you to go to many places. In this situation, the installation and removal of a case should not take much time. Considering this challenge, LOHASIC has crafted a flexible hybrid TPU bumper. You can quickly install and remove the case without damaging your device.

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6. ESR metal kickstand case – Two-way stand

The metal kickstand of ESR’s case allows you to place your iPhone in a horizontal and vertical position. This means you can read books and magazines, make FaceTime calls, and watch movies and videos as well. Soft TPU of this case provides better protection than a hard PC for your iPhone, which has a glass back.

For your convenience, you can adjust the metal kickstand at multiple angles. Since the kickstand is sturdy, you should not be worried about the protection of your iPhone.

Check out on ESR

7. AICase ultra clear case for iPhone 11 Pro – Minimalist design

AICase believes in creating minimalist products. This clear case is a perfect example of how minimalism can be achieved in iPhone cases. Keeping the most essential and leaving everything else, AICase has designed a transparent and flexible case for your iPhone. You can install and remove the case quickly, thanks to the soft TPU material.

The clear case lets you show the real beauty and colors of your iPhone. The non-bulky appearance of this case keeps your iPhone slim; at the same time, the case is strong enough to protect your device against scratches.

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Samsung Galaxy S Ii Now For Sale In The Uk

Officially set to arrive on shelves in the UK on May 1st, the new high-end Samsung Galaxy S II is already listed as available via some of the company’s online retailers, including The Carphone Warehouse and Phones4U. Both companies list the new device as available on monthly plans from Vodafone, T-Mobile, Orange, and O2, but users can also choose to purchase the new handset SIM-free via The Carphone Warehouse. Free of contract, the handset would be available for £494.95 (US$824), while the contract price was set for free upfront upon the signing of agreements on £35 per month plans. The mobile phone is set to become available for purchase through various wireless carriers in the country as well, but that won’t happen until Sunday is here. Those users interested in grabbing a unit before the handset goes on sale through all channels on May 1st should head over to one of the aforementioned retailers to make a purchase. The Samsung Galaxy S II is the latest flagship smartphone from the South Korean mobile phone maker. Initially set to arrive on shelves sometime in late March or early April, the phone was pushed back a few weeks, as Samsung bumped the application processor inside it from 1GHz to 1.2GHz. In addition to the fast dual-core CPU, the mobile phone also comes with a large 4.3-inch touchscreen display, as well as with an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with support for 1080p HD video recording. At the same time, the new mobile phone arrives on shelves with 16GB of internal memory, along with WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, support for 3G networks, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and built-in GPS receiver. The handset runs under Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, and offers support for Google Mobile Services, as well as for various applications available for download via the Android Market.

Officially set to arrive on shelves in the UK on May 1st, the new high-end Samsung Galaxy S II is already listed as available via some of the company’s online retailers, including The Carphone Warehouse and Phones4U. Both companies list the new device as available on monthly plans from Vodafone, T-Mobile, Orange, and O2, but users can also choose to purchase the new handset SIM-free via The Carphone Warehouse. Free of contract, the handset would be available for £494.95 (US$824), while the contract price was set for free upfront upon the signing of agreements on £35 per month plans. The mobile phone is set to become available for purchase through various wireless carriers in the country as well, but that won’t happen until Sunday is here. Those users interested in grabbing a unit before the handset goes on sale through all channels on May 1st should head over to one of the aforementioned retailers to make a purchase. The Samsung Galaxy S II is the latest flagship smartphone from the South Korean mobile phone maker. Initially set to arrive on shelves sometime in late March or early April, the phone was pushed back a few weeks, as Samsung bumped the application processor inside it from 1GHz to 1.2GHz. In addition to the fast dual-core CPU, the mobile phone also comes with a large 4.3-inch touchscreen display, as well as with an 8-megapixel photo snapper on the back, with support for 1080p HD video recording. At the same time, the new mobile phone arrives on shelves with 16GB of internal memory, along with WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, support for 3G networks, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and built-in GPS receiver. The handset runs under Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system, and offers support for Google Mobile Services, as well as for various applications available for download via the Android Market.

Wireless Charging Not Working On Iphone? 11 Fixes

Is wireless charging not working on your iPhone? Fear not. You’re not alone. Many iPhone users have also reported a similar issue via the Apple Support Forum. This might be due to many reasons but rarely requires high technicality to fix.

Keep reading as I show you all the possible solutions to fix wireless charging not working on your iPhone.

1. Does your iPhone support wireless charging?

While wireless charging is a mantra in the iPhone user community, not all models support it. According to Apple, you’ll need an iPhone 8 or later to enjoy wireless charging. In essence, iPhone 7 or earlier models won’t charge on a wireless charging pad.

Therefore, check your iPhone model to see if it supports wireless charging before moving further with the other fixes. It might be time to upgrade to a supported model after all.

2. Ensure your iPhone is at the center of the wireless charger

Source: Apple

Sometimes, your iPhone’s position on the charging pad might prevent it from charging. Besides, it uses electromagnetic sensors. Whether you’re using MagSafe or Qi wireless charger, one way to ensure you’re placing your iPhone at the right place is to follow the user manual.

Nonetheless, for the most part, most makers recommend placing your iPhone with its face up at the center of the charging pad for best results.

3. Reboot/force-restart your iPhone

Anything from memory issues to other underlying software errors might prevent your iPhone from charging wirelessly. To resolve this, try rebooting your iPhone to refresh its random access memory (RAM).

However, if after rebooting, the problem persists or your iPhone still feels frozen, another solution is to go beyond and force-reboot your iPhone.

Note: Force-restarting your iPhone doesn’t wipe your data off the iPhone.

4. Wipe the back of your iPhone and charging pad

Dirt or dust on the back of your iPhone or the surface of the wireless charging pad might reduce charging sensitivity. Worst, these surfaces may be wet. So wiping it with a soft fleece might return life to the sensors on your phone and the wireless charger.

I’ve done this a couple of times and got my iPhone charging as it should. So, don’t overlook this easy-peasy fix.

5. Charging pad might be incompatible or defective

It’s not uncommon for the wireless charger to fail to charge the iPhone due to defects or incompatibility of models. So even if your iPhone model supports wireless charging, the charging pad might not be a compatible one. Or worse, it might be defective.

To see if it’s not a compatibility issue, try charging another device that supports wireless charging on your charging pad. If it works with the test device, you might be dealing with a compatibility issue after all.

But if it doesn’t charge the test device, the wireless charging pad might be defective. So try swapping it for another. Whatever the outcome, it’s best to get another compatible one for your iPhone.

6. Try another power adapter/charging cable

Besides an incompatible or defective wireless charging pad, the power adapter might use some changing to be sure it’s not the culprit. One way to test your power adapter and power cable is to pair them with another device to see if it charges; this might be a phone or an AirPod.

If the cable or power adapter doesn’t work after pairing with another device, they might be faulty. Try other cables or adapters to see if they work.

7. Incompatible iPhone case

iPhone wireless charging uses electromagnetic induction to transfer current between the charging pad and sensors on your iPhone. So, using an incompatible case doesn’t work. Also, Some iPhone cases have extra details that may insulate the connection and prevent charging.

Besides, according to Apple, using magnetic cases or placing objects like RFID chips or other insulating materials between your iPhone and the charging pad impedes smooth charging. These aren’t uncommon with some iPhone cases.

First, ensure to remove any material on your iPhone case obstructing the connection between your iPhone and the wireless charging pad. If there are none, or you did so already, and it still doesn’t charge your iPhone, remove the case and try charging your phone again.

If you must use a case, get a wireless charging-compatible case.

8. Try a non-MagSafe charger for iPhone 11 or earlier

While the MagSafe charger is perfect for iPhone 12 and 13 models, I’ve seen and heard about some situations where it charges other iPhone models slowly or doesn’t work at all.

So, if you’re using iPhones other than the iPhone 12 and 13 series, I wouldn’t recommend using a MagSafe charger for it. For iPhone 11 or earlier models, a Qi charger works better.

It’s rare, but your iOS versions might cause wireless charging to be irregular or fail to work on your iPhone. For instance, this was a common issue among users when Apple released iOS 13. Thankfully, recent iOS updates have fixed this bug.

Moreover, even while recent iOS updates have fixed the bug, you still can’t tell if your current iOS version has some traces that prevents wireless charging. So updating your iOS version to a recent one might fix the issue.

10. Put iPhone in DFU mode

Device Firmware Update (DFU) is a powerful way to custom-restore your iPhone. Indeed, this is an extreme measure and is always the ultimate fix for wireless charging not working on an iPhone. Plus, it’s more effective than the conventional factory reset.

Have it in mind that, like a factory reset, putting your iPhone in DFU mode erases your data as well. So, backup your iPhone before entering into DFU mode.

Note: While factory reset automatically restores your iPhone to its original state, DFU mode lets you choose the firmware you like to install on your device. For example, it comes in handy when you want to revert to a specific iOS version and restore your device simultaneously.

If all else fails, one of the best ways to detect the problem and fix it is to contact Apple Support. Thankfully, it doesn’t take long before they reply to customers. Providing detailed information about the issue usually helps Apple Support proffer or recommend a fix for any problem relating to your Apple device.

Want to learn how best to contact Apple Support? Here’s a step-by-step guide. Additionally, you could also approach the charging pad’s manufacturer to clear out the problem.

Wrapping up!

But if wireless charging doesn’t work on your iPhone, it means you can’t enjoy such benefits. Plus, it seems like a waste of money after investing in a wireless charger. However, one or a combination of these fixes should work for you.

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