We're upgrading our product portfolio - and proud to introduce the NEW WUDN Qi Wireless Fast Charger covered in beautiful real wood.
We designed the new wireless charger to respect the beauty, simplicity and sophistication of your phone. Whether it's an Apple iPhone or a Samsung Galaxy, it's beautiful, and your charging accessories should complement that beauty.
And we've added the Sawtooth Mountains Inlay edition.
The WUDN Wooden Qi Wireless Fast Charging Pad is thin, beautiful and functional. Delivers Qi fast charge standard wireless charging to any compatible device including iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, Google Nexus, Motorola Droid, Nokia, HTC, Huawei, LG & More:
We lived in Seattle for almost 5-years and loved every bit of it. Dinner was in downtown, and camping trips were straight to the Olympic National Forest, along the most magnificent coastline I have seen. Don’t even ask me about the San Juan’s – Friday Harbor by Ferry is shockingly beautiful and probably our favorite trip ever. And I know it’s cliché, but we would take the girls to Pike’s Market on fall weekends just for the fish and the flowers. We love the Emerald City and we were inspired to build a phone case that would constantly remind us of the beauty in this amazing place.
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It’s a new case, and were happy to say, we have a new model supporting the just announced iPhone Xs. We will add the Xr and Xs Max soon. Check out our post on the newest iPhones for updates.
Cameron Christian Owner, President-CEO, WUDN. After 25 Years in the corporate world, I am creating my own destiny. I bought the business so we can continue delighting our customers with real wood products that are beautiful and functional. Follow us on Instagram, tweet to @cechrist or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just a year after the release of the original iPhone X, Apple is back with a revamped 2018 phone lineup with multiple new handsets, starting with the iPhone Xs pronounced "iPhone 10 S" – all improving on last year’s $1,000+ flagship phone: The iPhone X now has a super-sized big brother in the new iPhone Xs Max.
Available in gold, silver, and dark gray, the smaller Xs sport a 5.8-inch screen, and the new Xs Max gets a huge 6.5-inch screen that’s larger than a Samsung Galaxy Note 9; both with OLED display technology for rich colors in pictures and videos. Amazingly these devices are not any larger than previous models. Thanks to the slimmer bezels, the iPhone Xs Max is only the same size as last year’s iPhone 8 Plus.
Apple says its OLED screens are even brighter and refresh at 120Hz. The screen now offers HDR support for enhanced viewing and smoothness, and the rumor that 3D Touch was going away turns out to be nonsense. A good viewing experience isn’t just about the screen: sound matters too. For those of you that aren’t married to your headphones, Apple has given both phones new speakers and their calling it “wide stereo sound”.
It took me a while to love Face-ID. Thankfully Apple is only making improvements. So, of course, all three models are getting notches on top for all the sensors required to pull off Face ID.
Inside that little notch is an ambient light sensor, proximity sensor, flood illuminator, infrared camera, and a 3D dot projector that can scan your face to make sure that you—and hopefully only you—can unlock your device. Apple claims an upgrade of the iPhone’s algorithms means Face ID recognizes you faster.
On to the single best feature of new mobile devices: Apple has redesigned the iPhone Xs’ camera with dual 12-MP sensors: one for wide-angle shots, and one for telephoto. And both cameras will come with optical image stabilization. When you shoot your world with portrait mode or special depth effects, both cameras work together to add extra dimension to your shots. Not sure what “Extra Dimension” really means. We need to see it in action before accepting the gospel from Cupertino.
And for 2018, Apple’s new Smart HDR feature will now shoot a four-shot burst to make sure you don’t miss anything, and maybe improve the chances of catching that perfect shot.
More an evolution than a revolution, Apple says the standard X will last 30 minutes longer than last year’s iPhone X. That’s an incremental increase at best. This is where Apple uses every bit of the larger devices to cram in more battery. The iPhone Xs Max features the biggest battery Apple has ever put in an iPhone, resulting in an extra 90 minutes of runtime compared to today’s iPhone X. If you can handle the larger devices, you will probably love the new batteries.
If you travel internationally is matters and both the iPhone Xs and Xs Max come with space for dual SIMs. Switching between carriers should be a breeze.
Both the iPhone Xs and Xs Max will be available in 64GB, 256GB and 512GB storage sizes, with the smaller Xs starting at $1,000, and the larger Xs Max starting at $1,100. They will be available for pre-order on Friday, September 14, with shipments going out a week later, on September 21st.
Watch this space for updates on real wood phone cases. It makes sense to embrace the newest technology, but wrap it in a case with some soul.
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So, you just updated to iOS 13 or 12 (or even iOS 11 if you like to wait) and your battery case or powerbank stopped working. Which version of iOS are you on now? Who knows, I have gone through four updates myself and just got to 12.1.4.
Apple iOS can be picky about accessories. The Apple customer forums have articles about this issue every time they update iOS. You may have seen the "Accessory Not Supported" error.
(Apple iOS doesn’t always report the error: "This accessory may not be supported" – sometimes the battery case or power-bank turns on and the phone just doesn’t start charging).
This article applies to battery cases for iPhone 6, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X, iPhone Xs, iPhone Xr, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone 678 Plus models. Including Anker, LUX, Moment, Mophie, and even Apple branded battery cases.
Update: Just saw this new iOS 12 Charging Problem.
Apple's iOS 12 update is causing sporadic issues with iPhone charging. I also had this problem with my phone, and had to reboot it multiple times before it would start charging. Didn’t matter if I tried wireless charging or plugged it into the wall.
While you are regretting the hassle of upgrading iOS constantly, take a minute to read this great article on new iOS features from TechRadar. Or, maybe more importantly depending on which model iPhone you have, Why You Still Shouldn’t Download iOS 11 on an Older iPhone. But you should upgrade to iOS 12 on an older phone. Thanks Lifehacker.
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About the Author: Cameron Christian Owner, President-CEO. After 25 Years in the corporate world, I am creating my own destiny. I bought the business so we can continue delighting our customers with real wood products that are beautiful and functional. Follow us on Instagram or email me at Cameron.firstname.lastname@example.org.