Wireless Charging! Future Has Arrived.

It is awfully slow on my Note 5. When Qi charging was becoming popular a couple of years ago, I ordered a receiver (a part that receives wireless charge and feeds into your phone) made for my Note 3 and tried it for a while. It was slow and you had to position it perfectly on the pod or no charge. I liked it. Most were apathetic technology except one person who told me he couldn’t wait for me to burn my battery from overcharging and have a good laugh. I told him not to worry. Wireless charging stops if device was made to adapt to the charge and won’t overcharge (if and when it ever fills up first…) 

I had almost forgot about coffeeshops and wireless charging until today at 37% it was a lifesaver. I remember when Starbucks announced the “future” and wireless charging coming to its branches. It was a big deal. I don’t think anybody cares today.

News gets outdated? Pokemon Go was so big even I played it not long ago. And about the same time I asked an avid player his opinion of state Pokemon a month from then. He had no doubt nobody be playing Pokemon Go in a month. It gets forgotten. People still play as wireless charging pods are everywhere. 

And today was a day that future did happen. Wireless charging pods waiting right in front of me and I was making elaborate plans how to go from one phone to another smoothly and without disrupting my work. 

They are here. And slow for now.


The Best Thing Yet…

I agree! I am yet to try it but agree. The iPhone 7 Plus demo that I put into operation did demonstrate confusion as far as home button and I have to agree with news of what may go wrong.

I love the finger sensor of my Galaxy Note 5. I always hated pressing the home button so many times and dealing with swipe to unlock blah blah until only from curiosity I started using the fingerprint home button of Galaxy Note 5. It is the best thing that happened to me not so much for security but mostly that I touch and get to what I want. No swiping patterns or pressing. However, unless you position your finger as has been recorded and long enough it won’t work AND wet finger even slightly won’t do it. I may get to do it better over time but for now what is said about home button of iPhone 7 makes a lot of sense based on my way experiences on Galaxy Note 5 (which is probably a better phone. Lol.)