Our Co-Founder & CEO, Dan Bladen is delighted to have been featured in TechBullion. Dan discusses how wireless charging is cutting the cord in the workspace and the findings from our snap survey surrounding the recent iPhone 8 launch - including the 58% of smartphone users who typically run out of battery before 5pm on a daily basis…
With a growing number of smartphones now coming wireless charging enabled, including the recently announced iPhone 8 & X, we have re-launched the Chargifi app to help people get power when and where they need it.
Today’s the day that the new iPhone 8 & 8 Plus arrives in stores in the UK and Apple has included new features to allow its fans to cut the cord on wires and embrace the wireless world – from AirPod headphones to wireless charging.
We headed to the queue at the Apple store in Covent Garden, to find out how significant this move to a wireless world is for consumers, the demand for wireless charging facilities and how it will affect their daily lives.
Over the past ten years, smartphones have become an integral part of life at the office. Employers have finally gotten used to their presence, and have even found ways to harness their employees’ personal devices for productivity gains. 40% of employers are now creating custom mobile applications for specific business processes. Slack, Zoom, Dropbox and other enterprise tools mean an employee can get legitimate work done while away from their desk.
Today’s Apple announcement is a catalyst for driving the mass deployment of wireless charging. What WiFi did for connectivity, wireless charging is about to do for power. Although there are already a number of devices integrating wireless charging in the market, when Apple does something the rest of the world sits up and takes notice and their competitors generally follow.