n"If you have a customer stating their Apple iPhone® 12 (all models: iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max) does not charge when using the wireless charger, please let them know that we are aware of these concerns and are currently looking into it. Replacing the wireless charger or using another iPhone 12 will not address the customer’s concern."
I suspect these charging issues go beyond the iPhone 12. The wireless charger that came on my 2021 Ridgeline is trash. It only charges my Apple AirPods Pro and XS Max for about 10 seconds before the charging stops and the light starts blinking. And, whoever put the status light directly beneath the device being charged should be fired.
This is what I am wondering. Has anyone had success by taking it to the dealership?Here’s the bottom line. None of these workarounds should even exist. We shouldn’t have to put a piece of foam or something to prevent the phone from being all the way back. We shouldn’t have to angle the phone a certain way. It should just work. I know alignment is crucial, but there are too many workarounds.
My question is, has anyone taken it to the dealer and if so, what did they say?
Did you find anything out?I'm going to go the dealer and play dumb and see if there aware (Hondas aware) Also while there try out a 2022 Accord since there out now and see if the problem still persists. Herd the problem is also with the new 13 iPhones so hopefully Honda isn't trying to play the waiting game in hopes people just update there phones.
This is what I am wondering. Has anyone had success by taking it to the dealership?
It will not work with any of our phones! IPhone Xr, Galaxy Note 10+, or the Z-flip. I keep reading over and over that this is an Apple problem, but clearly it's all kinds of phones.
Did you find anything out?
Seems to me they offered to make an appointment to repair it. You chose not to accept their offer. This would be a warranty repair.Went to two different dealerships both had never herd of any issues and referred me to service. They automatically wanted to set up appointment.