Wireless power receiver shipments will top 200 million for the first time in 2016, but uncertainty remains over the long-term future of the market. Whilst flagship devices such as the Samsung Galaxy range continue to sell well, the lack of wireless charging on the latest Apple iPhone and the continued wait for the first resonant solutions are slowing down adoption of wireless power overall. This mid-year forecast update for subscribers to the Wireless Power Intelligence Service revisits the reports published earlier in 2016, updating to show the impact of the latest product launches (both with and without wireless charging) and including the most up-to-date total addressable market forecasts from around IHS Technology.
Research Manager, Wireless Power and Smart Utilities
David is Research Manager for the Wireless Power & Smart Utilities Infrastructure group at IHS Markit, leading a team of analysts focused on our intelligence services, research on key technology trends and consumer analysis.