Wireless charging has come to the iPhone 3G S and its predecessor the iPhone 3G in the form of a new device from WildCharge.
The WildSkin_O2 allows users to transfer power wirelessly to iPhones by inserting the handsets into special cases and then placing them on to a power pad.
Its manufacturer has yet to confirm an official UK release date for the gadget, but interested parties can pre-order one online now for £21.
Since launching seven days ago the iPhone 3G S has rapidly become one of the year's most in-demand mobile phones, with one million of the handsets sold within 72 hours of its appearance in stores.
This was well ahead of expectations of many within the mobile telephone industry who had expressed concerns that the slowdown in consumer spending would hamper demand.
Specifications of the iPhone 3G S include a 3.2 megapixel camera, HSDPA support for fast downloads and a more powerful processor than previous editions to allow seamless, simultaneous use of the handset’s applications.
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