While you sell, remember the difference and advantages between full adhesive vs. the partial adhesive glass previously on the market. Education will give you and your customers that break to stay ahead of the curve.
For some, Apple’s new generation of smartphone starts not with the recently released iPhone 8 (an incremental upgrade at its “best” and most “exciting”), but with iPhone X (pronounced “iPhone Ten”). For the uninitiated, iPhone X is Apple’s vision for the future. They say as much on their official iPhone X page: “Our vision has always been to create an iPhone that is entirely screen. One so immersive the device itself disappears into the experience. And so intelligent it can respond to a tap, your voice, and even a glance. With iPhone X, that vision is now a reality. Say hello to the future.” Normally, new, innovative features – or lack thereof – dominate the news cycle when a new smartphone is unveiled. However, coverage of iPhone X has been different in that respect. Its starting price of $999 for the lower capacity model has gotten a tremendous amount of coverage, which has overshadowed Apple’s future-focus to an extent. And what if it breaks? That’s another issue Apple doesn’t want the public thinking about right now, and yet again, involves price.
The following piece, released in March 2015, was drafted as a sort of “wireless charging 101” for our customers interested in the technology. Until the recent announcement that Apple’s latest phones (iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus) have the ability to be charged wirelessly, this segment of the market was largely overlooked. Something big and bold needed to happen to change that, and you don’t get much bigger and bolder than Apple embracing a standard!
Use this piece to educate yourself on wireless charging and the various standards. Once you’re ready to embrace the wireless future, we urge you to check out all of the solutions we offer:
When we were growing up we were taught many things, some good and some bad! One of our personal favorites: don’t judge a book by its cover. In the mobile accessory business, we’ve modified that lesson for our industry: don’t judge a case by its cover. Clever, right? In light of the recent smartphone case recall from a company VoiceComm does not do business with, we felt it’s a perfect time to speak to that tried and true lesson and how it relates to our business and yours. But first, a little history lesson.