Have you ever wondered what will you do if your iPhone 7 battery dies down and you have no charger with you at that moment? Usually users plug-in their phone to the conventional charger made of Apple-certfied 5V adapter and USB lightning cable for quick charging solutions. You can even get yourself an MFi-certified cable to charge your phone, if your USB lightning cable is damaged. But you will be in trouble, if there is no adapter in hand!
Well, the good news is you can wirelessly charge your iPhone 7 by just getting few more accessories. Although, iPhone 8 series is the first in the line that comes with wireless charging pad but that also is not compatible with older version phones. Nevertheless, tech gurus have offered solutions for how to charge iPhone 7 without a charger.
Turning your iPhone 7 into a wireless charging phone is not the only solution. Here are few best ways to charge iPhone 7 on the go without relying on the charger.
Using portable batteries allow you to charge your iPhone 7 without a charger. All you need to do is make sure that you get the right voltage battery and then connect it with your phone using a power cable. You can even buy yourself a battery pack that permanently attaches to the back of your phone for constant power supply but you need to recharge that power pack once its battery drains down.
You can also buy yourself a car charger which is compatible with your iPhone 7. Although, it provides slow charging but is a reliable solution in case of emergencies.
You can also construct your own DIY Citrus Fruit battery when in dire need of a charger. All you need is a dozen of citrus fruit, preferably lemons, 12 copper screws, 12 zinc nails, an insulated copper wire and rubber gloves.
Steps for making the battery:
All the solutions provided above are to give you quick solutions in extreme circumstances. It is always advisable to use company certified chargers to charge your phone as this will result in a long-lasting battery life.
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