Magnetic iPhone mount keeps you charged anywhere


While the iPhone 7 is rumored to have wireless charging, those of us who upgraded to the 6s are stuck without until the 7 launches this fall.

Xvida is here to save the day with its new modular mounting system with QI charging, launched today on Kickstarter.

And of course, Cult of Mac is here to show you everything you need to know with a handy video. Check it out below.

Xvida Smartphone Mounting System

The Xvida Smartphone Mounting System is a super easy way to keep my iPhone 6s charged no matter where I am. At home? There’s a mount for that. At work? There’s a mount for that. Driving? You guessed it, there’s a mount for that.

The Xvida uses the latest QI-charging technology, embedded in its mounts — whether it’s the desk, wall or car mount, and a receiver within the iPhone case. I can simply and quickly snap my phone to the mount and begin charging.

No more broken lightning cables or messy wires. I can hide them and just show the beautifully designed magnetic mounts.

On top of that the Xvida can charge my 6s from zero to 100 percent in around 55 minutes. When I compare that to my standard Apple cable, that’s at least an hour quicker!

Although I only have a prototype to try out, I’m really impressed with how quickly it charged my phone and the build-quality of the stand. Having used Xvida products over the years, I can confidently say that the quality of the production run will be top of the line, and I can’t wait to get my hands on them.

The Xvida Smartphone Mounting System is now live on Kickstarter, with some great perks so make sure to get in early to save some pennies!


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