It’s not all sunshine and green battery icons. Like any device that supports wireless charging, using your phone while it charges becomes a bit harder. When plugged in, the device is movable within a radius dictated by the cord’s length. When wirelessly charging, you’re forced to swipe, tap and pinch against your table. You also can’t put your phone face-down and expect it to charge in case you wanted to ignore distractions and bury your head in some work. At least not with the iPhone solutions or the even the inductive-capable Galaxy S6 Edge Plus we tried.