Who wants to deal with cables and USB ports nowadays ? This is the future, meaning a lot of your gadgets can be charged wirelessly by induction. We're not talking about magic here, but instead Qi and Airfuel wireless charging, which is showing up in more and more cars.
The following cars feature wireless charging right from the factory, but other automakers offer the feature as a dealer add-on, like with the new Honda Civic and Honda Accord. Of course, to use this handy feature, you need a Qi compatible device. Some phones, like the Google Nexus lineup and the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S7 have wireless charging capabilities, but older ones like a Galaxy Note 4 might not. Unfortunately, iPhone aren't equipped to be charged wireless and need a special case to make it compatible.
By Sami Haj-Assaad from Autoguide.com
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