Nikola Tesla, the legendary inventor and scientist, created some of the foundations of today's power supply, including the potential of wireless energy transfer. He dreamed of a world where energy is available to all - wireless and free. Unfortunately, his ambitious idea was not realized at the time, but the principles behind Tesla's wireless power distribution system are still in use a century later - at FluxPort, we're continuing his idea in a certain way, and it lives in any smartphone that supports wireless charging.
These include the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X, all of which now support the Qi Wireless charging standard for extra charging convenience: wireless charging the iPhone is simply more convenient, you do not have to mess around with cables. Just put your phone on a charging pad like a FluxPort, be it on the bedside table or on the office desk, and let the technology do the rest. As an added bonus, wireless charging reduces the wear on the phone's lightning port and charging cable.
In addition, wireless charging is also possible in public places such as restaurants, cafes and airports. The FluxPort Wireless Charging Network is growing daily. Where to find the nearest FluxPort locations, find out about the FluxPort Coins app.
Many car manufacturers now also offer wireless chargers on board in their latest models. These include Audi, BMW, Chrysler, Ford, Genesis, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot, Citroën, Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo. Some 2018 models from Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC can also charge the iPhone 8 wirelessly - if any of you have them at your door. For all other models there is the FluxPort Car series. Which FluxPort suits your car, you'll find out in this blog post .
Welcome, Apple. Seriously.
Countless rumors were in the run-up to the presentation of the successor to the iPhone 7 in circulation. The new iPhone 8 would come with a new processor, augmented reality support
At FluxPort we want to say: Welcome, Apple, in the wireless charging world! We are pleased about this decision and welcome Apple.
FluxPort has been providing a wireless charging ecosystem for over 4 years, consisting of charging stations - the FluxPorts - and a Smart Battery App. All users can use the FluxPort devices at home, in the car, in the office, on the road and with FluxNet in public places such as restaurants, cafes, hairdressing salons, hotels and airports to charge their smartphones wirelessly, no matter which smartphone. Starbucks Germany, Lufthansa Lounges, Coffee Fellows and Turkish Airlines are already using FluxPorts to offer their customers a recharge option.