So... Wireless Charging... When I say I don’t get itv, I don’t mean I don’t understand the science, I just don’t understand why everyone gets so excited about it! I mean it’s not really wireless is it... I’m just resting my phone on a pad that is connected to the socket via a wire. Surely this just adds complications and cost??? At the moment I plug my phone into charge, whether it be at home, at work or in the car. I use an inexpensive cable that whilst wear out, do last a good 6-12 months. Whilst charging I can pick my phone up, answer calls (not just on speaker) and even put the phone in what ever draw, cupboard or cup holder the cable will reach. I can play games whilst charging and even rest my phone against the side to watch a video or tv. With wireless charging it appears to me that whilst your phone is charging, which let’s face it is essential for watching a tv show, FaceTime call or to survive daily duty, your phone is fixed to its wireless pad. If I take it off the wireless pad it stops, meaning I’ll just be draining more battery. If my phone rings I can only keep it charging by using earphones or speakerphone. I confuses me the way that so many people lost their **** when the old school 3.5mm headphone jack was removed, even when Apple supplied the adaptor in the box to continue using your headphones or you can use a tried and tested Bluetooth system (my personal preference). I haven’t used the headphone jack in years and if I’m honest only caused an area of vulnerability for dust and water. If wireless charging takes over and the lightening plug is removed we are left with a phone that when charging can’t be picked up! We are left having to carry round expensive wireless pads that are heavier, bulkier than a simple lightening cable and really quite awkward. Thoughts?