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Anker Upgraded 10W Max PowerWave Pad 7.5W/10W Wireless Charger - $8.49

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I heard apple blocked third party wireless chargers to limit up to 5 W? Can someone confirm?

Per Amazon product description....

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"7.5W Fast Charge Mode: (Using QC 2.0/3.0 Adapter)

iPhone 11/ 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max / XS Max / iPhone XR / iPhone XS / iPhone X / iPhone 8 / 8 Plus (Phones with iOS 13.1 and above only support 5W charging)"
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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.
With this being the case, can you use the stock charging brick that comes with the phone?
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With this being the case, can you use the stock charging brick that comes with the phone?
I don't see why not
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Get the standing version not this. You're welcome.
Pretty much. Unless you want your phone tucked away and low profile. These have their use. But standing ones are more practical.
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How can you tell what wattage your iPhone is charging at
Yeah how do you tell ???
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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?
You need a QC3.0 or 18W to wirelessly charge at 7.5W for the iPhone is what I understand.
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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).

What inexpensive pads do support iphones quick charge?
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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.
What's considered 3rd party? There are several non apple brands sold by apple...
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I heard apple blocked third party wireless chargers to limit up to 5 W? Can someone confirm?
Apple does not make a wireless charger. So everything is 3rd party. If you have a Qi charger rated to 10W and a QC3.0 (10W) charger, it should charge at 7.5W.

QC2.0 should probably work too, but if you need to buy, I would buy a QC3.0 charger.
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What inexpensive pads do support iphones quick charge?
I have 4 brands and they all seem to work well. One is monoprice ($15), one is RavPower ($25), both include chargers. I bought some cheap QC3.0 chargers (at $8, they now sell for $20) on Amazon, they work perfectly.

Don't buy super cheap, but no need to buy expensive $50 chargers unless you want.
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I heard apple blocked third party wireless chargers to limit up to 5 W? Can someone confirm?
Yes, you are correct.
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How can you tell what wattage your iPhone is charging at
Use a usb power meter between the wall and the wireless charger. If it's drawing less than 7.5 watts, it's not charging the phone at 7.5 watts.
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What inexpensive pads do support iphones quick charge?
I don't think your iPhone knows which brand of Qi charger is being used. Your iPhone simply detects a magnetic/electric field and uses it to juice it's batteries. Apple has a new "Optimized Battery Charging" foo. It tries to learn to charge your iPhone's last 20% just before you use it (say overnight charging).

But I'm pretty sure there is no handshake between the Qi charger and iPhone to know which brand it is. Why over engineer something that is simple?
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What inexpensive pads do support iphones quick charge?
No inexpensive ones. Only the pads sold on Apples website or in an Apple store still support 7.5 watt wireless charging. Those are your Belkin and Mophie, and they will cost a lot more than they do in other places
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When did $1.50 off become worthy of the front page?
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