Most premium and upper mid-range smartphones ship with wireless charging capabilities these days, allowing you to keep your battery topped up throughout the day. As convenient as this feature might be, however, should you worry about wireless charging affecting your smartphone’s battery’s health? Let’s break it down.
All things being equal, wireless charging isn’t inherently more harmful to your device or its battery than wired charging. That said, charging your device wirelessly generates more heat, which is bad for battery longevity. Wireless chargers with a built-in cooling fan help alleviate this issue.