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  • Includes a 4' Micro USB Cable + 18-Month warranty.
  • Features 10W Fast Charge Mode or 7.5W Fast Charge Mode: (Using QC 2.0/3.0 Adapter), 5W Standard Charge Mode: (Using 5V/2A Adapter). Compatible with Qi-enabled phones and devices.
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Anker Upgraded 10W Max PowerWave Pad 7.5W/10W Wireless Charger - $8.49

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Just an FYI - Apple crippled quick charging for this pad. So if you have an iPhone, it's just regular charging speed (assuming you've updated your iOS in the last few months).
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You're right that there isn't a data exchange handshake, but wrong that an OS level change can't prevent fast charging for some Qi standards. This is not related to the optimized battery charging setting.

A new fixed-frequency regulation was Apple passed with iOS 13.1. Only a few select wireless chargers from Belkin, Mophie, Native Union, Anker and Logitech that are sold through Apple Stores and support the fixed-frequency voltage that Apple recommends deliver the full 7.5W wireless charging speeds.

MacRumors notes that Apple refers to the fixed-frequency 7.5W charging as "Apple Fast Charging," but the technology was added to the Qi standard last year so it's not something that should fall under the Apple MFi program.
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A good price for a wireless charger. Really, the convenience alone is worth the price
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The coupon comes up as $1.50 off making it $7.49.
A clip able coupon? Comes up as $10 for me, with the code comes out to $8.49
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So in order to take full advantage of the 10w I would need a Quick Charge 2.0 & 3.0 adapter? Any deals on that if that's the case?
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Any suggestions for the power brick to enable fast charging?
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So in order to take full advantage of the 10w I would need a Quick Charge 2.0 & 3.0 adapter? Any deals on that if that's the case?
I believe so
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I heard apple blocked third party wireless chargers to limit up to 5 W? Can someone confirm?
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I heard apple blocked third party wireless chargers to limit up to 5 W? Can someone confirm?
I just bought the ravpower fast wireless charger and it charges my xs max at 5w. I think you are right.
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Good deal?
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I just bought the ravpower fast wireless charger and it charges my xs max at 5w. I think you are right.
How can you tell what wattage your iPhone is charging at
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Get the standing version not this. You're welcome.
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Just an FYI - Apple crippled quick charging for this pad. So if you have an iPhone, it's just regular charging speed (assuming you've updated your iOS in the last few months).
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