Why Should You Choose A Magnetic Wireless Charger For Your iPhone?

The iPhone 11 box had come finally! You were super excited to unpack it. The new phone was well built, the cable seemed fine, the charger… 5W again! Who needed another 5W brick? You murmured to yourself.

It won’t happen again this year when you receive the iPhone 12. But guess what? No power adapters at all!

If you are going to purchase a charger for your iPhone, old or new, it’s time to switch the focus to magnetic wireless chargers.

Why Choose A Wireless Charger for Your iPhone?

In the cloud of the rumors currently surrounding the iPhone 12 release, it appears that Apple may be approaching a wireless future faster than we first thought.

Apple is Going Wireless

In 2016, Apple removed the headphone jack from the iPhone, causing considerable controversy. In 2017, wireless charging was added to the iPhone 8 and iPhone X and is now a standard addition to the iPhone.

portless iPhone 2021

Though the iPhone 12 isn’t official yet, as the announcement date gets closer, it seems more likely that the iPhone 12 box will not have a power adapter. AirPower also appears to be revived since its introduction and eventual cancellation three years ago.

Moreover, it seems we may be approaching the release of the first iPhone that doesn’t have any ports in 2021. Numerous rumors support this theory, including Apple’s apparent removal of charging accessories in the yet-to-be-announced iPhone 12 and their investment in wireless features for all devices. It’s too soon to tell, but certainly not too early to get excited.

Wireless Charging Offers Many Benefits

For those who don’t yet use wireless charging, it may be hard to understand why tech companies are eager to ditch wired charging.

Below we discuss some of the benefits you’ll experience when making the switch to wireless charging.

universal Qi wireless charger for iPhone and other smartphones

First, wireless chargers are universal. Aside from the Apple Watch (which uses proprietary charging), just about every other device capable of charging wirelessly can use the same charger, including Apple and Android devices. This universality means that restaurants, movie theaters, airports, offices, etc., can add built-in wireless chargers to tables, desks, and armrests without excluding specific smartphone users.

Second, wireless charging reduces the wear and tear on your device. If you’re never repeatedly plugging or unplugging the connector, your device will not experience as much damage. Not to mention that wireless charging is safer for your battery as it doesn’t charge your phone too quickly.

multi-device wireless charging station for iPhone

Finally, wireless charging lends itself to a clean, minimalist lifestyle. Cables create clutter that, like an over-grown garden, can be challenging to manage. They sprout from the back of our televisions like vines, cover our desks like ivy, and take over our vehicles like weeds. Moving to wireless charging reduces this disorder, allowing for a cleaner, neater future.

Why Should You Choose A Magnetic Wireless Charger for Your iPhone?

Something that is becoming a norm for the future of consumer electronics is the use of functional magnets.

Apple’s Magnetic Attraction

Apple has been using magnets to create some interesting products from the iPhone cover and the iPad Pro to the upcoming Apple-branded over-ear headphones.

Magnets not only play a crucial part in these products but also in the Apple Ecosystem. For example, over ninety magnets are embedded inside the iPad Pro, enabling it to work seamlessly with the Magic Keyboard and the Apple Pencil. If you own an iPad Pro, you’re probably itching to buy accessories that help you get the most out of your tablet. In this sense, Apple will probably come up with more "magnetic" products.

Magnetic Wireless Chargers are More Convenient

Over the last few years, as wireless has become the norm, we’ve seen an increase in magnetic features for wireless chargers.

magnetic wireless charger for iPhone

Some believe that regular wireless chargers are not worth buying, as they do not allow you to use your phone while charging. For wireless charging to occur, electricity has to transfer between the wireless charger and your phone via a short magnetic field. If you move your phone away, you break the field and charging stops. However, with a magnetic wireless charger, you don’t need to worry about where you place the phone on the charger and can mount power banks and charging cases to the back of your device, providing consistent power throughout the day.

How To Choose A Magnetic Wireless Charger For Your iPhone?

If you’re excited about the idea of a magnetic charger, look no further than the MagEZ Juice. The MagEZ Juice is a magnetic wireless charger from PITAKA that combines the best features of wireless charging into a sleek device that will prepare you for the future.

magnetic wireless charger  power bank for iPhone

The MagEZ Juice is an upright wireless charging stand for your home or office. Unlike other chargers, your phone attaches to the MagEZ Juice magnetically, providing you with a comfortable viewing angle.

magnetic wireless charger  power bank for iPhone

The MagEZ Juice transforms into a fully-charged magnetic wireless power bank for you on the go life. When you’re ready to leave, simply slide your iPhone up from the MagEZ Juice stand, and the magnetic battery goes with it. The battery will keep your device charged without the use of a cable.

We've upgraded the power bank with more capacity and reinvented the charging base to make it more versatile and playful. Launching soon on Kickstarter. Sign up now to get the super early bird discount.

Make Your Next iPhone Charger A Magnetic Wireless Charger

Regardless of when the portless iPhone arrives, it’s clear that the life of wired charging is coming to an end. To prepare for this change, get ahead of the curve by picking up a magnetic wireless charger like MagEZ Juice, providing you with a future-proof solution that’s as stylish as it is practical.


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