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iPhone 5 wireless charging case from Skech

by Nicole
January 9, 2013 at 1:20 pm

Skech has developed a case that allows you to wirelessly charge your iPhone 5.

Photo: AppleInsider

At CES 2013, Skech, an Israeli case manufacturer, presented a prototype of a case of the iPhone 5 that can charge your device wirelessly.

With its new slim design, Skech succeeded in the attempt to reduce the bulky components of the previous Powermat case by replacing them with a small almost invisible, plug, like the one for the Lightning connector.

According to AppleInsider, the appearance of the case is very reminiscent of the classic Apple bumper with attached plates on the back that are compatible with the Powermat technology.

However, it is important to remember that the device presented by Skech at CES 2013 only represents the prototype of what eventually could become a finished end product.

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