While you’re out and about you might take pictures on your phone, check social media, look for updates on your apps, read the news and talk and text with friends. Meanwhile, all of these functions are wearing down your phone battery. As the day goes on you might become more and more worried that your phone will lose charge, which could have a variety of consequences. To compensate, many people carry around charging cables or battery cases to charge their devices on the go.
Now imagine if you never needed to carry a charger again. It may seem like a pipe dream, but this could become a reality sooner than you think. Once wireless charging becomes more mainstream, people will be able to “cut the cord” and have wireless charging technology available both in their homes as well as the public places and businesses that they frequent.
Have you ever desperately looked around a café searching for the nearest outlet? You won’t have to anymore once wireless charging, which is already available in some cafés, becomes standard just like WiFi is for a majority of eateries.
Even though some transportation modes already offer WiFi, finding a charging outlet is more difficult. Wireless charging technology could be built into the seats to enable people to travel without worrying about using up their battery on their trip.
Walking through the airport today you might see people clustered around wall outlets to charge their phone while waiting for planes for hours at a time. Putting wireless charging technology into airport seats or tables would eliminate this problem, making it more convenient for people to charge their phones wherever they may be sitting.
Anywhere that people have to wait around for long periods of time is probably somewhere that wireless charging should be implemented, and laundromats are no exception.
Wireless charging technology could be built into seat cup holders to offer people a seamless charging experience while watching games and concerts.
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