As the title says, I’m struggling to understand the appeal of wireless charging on an iPhone beyond a particular set of circumstances. For me personally, I see no use case for it at home. I’ve seen posts from forum members who have wireless charging pads in either their bedrooms or living rooms (or both). When I’m at home, I often use my phone, so until wireless charging becomes effective, “through the air” I would be regularly taking it off the pad whilst it was charging. That can’t be good for the battery. I can, however, see the use case for it in the car, because you should be communicating with the phone whilst driving without having to touch it at all. I can also see the benefits of using wireless charging pads for a quick boost in bars, cafes, restaurants, fast food outlets etc. I just don’t see it for home use . . . at least not until it is truly wireless.