$17 is all it takes to add wireless charging to Apple’s older iPhone models
Wireless charging isn’t new or novel at this point, but it’s definitely the most convenient feature Apple has added to its iPhone lineup in years. Seriously, I can’t even remember the last time I plugged a cable into the bottom of my iPhone. Of course, just because you didn’t cough up the case to upgrade to an iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, or iPhone 8 doesn’t mean you have to be left out of the fun. Antye makes slim wireless charging cases for the iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 6/6S Plus, and iPhone 6/6s, and they cost just $16 or $17 depending on which model you need.
- 【Wireless Charging Enabling Case】Built-in newest Qi wireless charging receiver module chip delivers wireless charging capabilities to your iPhone, wireless charging your phone like iPhone 8, 8 Plus, X
- 【Matte Finish Slim Phone Back Cover】Durable plastic with matte coated finish helps prevent fingerprints, dusts... Precise cutouts gives full access to all ports
- 【Flexible Lightning Connector】Makes it easy to sync and charge in the old fashioned way as well, No need to remove case
- 【Universal Qi Compliant】A wireless charging pad (Not Included) is required to charge your iPhone wirelessly; Works seamlessly with any Qi-standard wireless charger dock
- 【What You Get】1 × ANTYE Qi Wireless Receiver Case, 100% No-hassle 12-month REPLACEMENT warranty and friendly customer service
BGR Top Deals:
- The thinnest iPhone X clear case in the world is back in stock on Amazon
- Today is your last day to get Amazon’s best-selling wireless headphones at their lowest price ever
Trending Right Now:
- Kiwi might be the perfect mobile browser and I’m so jealous it’s not on the iPhone
- This is why Sprint’s upload speeds are so much worse than everyone else
- Police are arresting tourists for taking selfies with Hawaii’s Mt. Kilauea eruption
$17 is all it takes to add wireless charging to Apple’s older iPhone models originally appeared on BGR.com on Sun, 24 Jun 2018 at 10:30:49 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.