With the Magnetyze case and desktop stand, you can recharge your iPhone 4/4S through the magic of magnets.
One of the features I was secretly hoping to see in the iPhone 5: induction-powered battery charging.
This already exists in the form of third-party products like the Powermat and Energizer Qi. Alas, Apple missed a chance to wow the world, catch up with smartphones like the Lumia 820 and 920, and perhaps distract from the massive disappointment that is the Lightning connector.
Fortunately, if you own an iPhone 4 or 4S, you still have options for cutting the charging cord. One of the latest: BuQu Tech's Magnetyze, a complete inductive-charging kit priced at $69.99.
The kit consists of a thin, lightweight sled that plugs into your iPhone's dock connector and protects the... [Read more]Related Links:iPhone 5: What we didn't getApple's iPhone 5: Everything you need to know (FAQ)Wirelessly charge your new Nokia phone via Qi technologyApple's dock connector change is awful, don't kid yourselvesApple's Lightning connector and you: What you should know
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