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These are good little chargers but if you're prone to hearing electronics whine, these unfortunately suffer from that.
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The iPhone 11 Pro allows up to a max PD charging rate of 22W or 9V/3A.

DO NOT USE the Apple 29W (A1540) charger ever. It charges the iPhone at 14.7V / 1.7A and causes the iPhone to overheat. The iPhone operates best at 5V or 9V charging profiles.

The best chargers to get max charging speeds with iPhone are those that support 9V / 3A profile. You can find it always printed on the back of the charger like THIS [chargerlab.com]. It is in Chinese in this example but input is 100-240VAC/1.2A and output profiles are 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 10V/4A and 20V/2.25A. The iPhone automatically selects the best profile to charge at, which is 9V/3A from 0-75% battery, then drops to 5V/3A for the rest.

There are current tons available, here are some that Ive seen tested that work well.
Apple 30W A1882
Anker 30W A2615
Anker 30W A2017
Aukey 27W PA-Y19
Moshi 30W 99MO022116
Ravpower 30W PC120
Xiaomi 45W CDQ02ZM
Anker 60W A2029
Apple 61W A1718
Apple 61W A1947

My personal favorite charger available is the RAVPower 45W Ultrathin [amazon.com]. It is one of the very first GaNFast (Gallium Nitride) chargers ever made. It can charge my iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPad 10.5 Pro, Macbook 13" Pro, and Nintendo Switch. The GaN chargers [makeuseof.com] are the next evolution of chargers that allow high charge rates with 40% less heat production and much smaller profiles.
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Yes, unfortunately these days 2.4A really doesn't cut it for many devices. Some devices complain about "slow charging" if not connected to QC2.0 or QC3.0 chargers. These 2.4A ones are fine though for overnight slow charging of most phones. Ten years ago very few chargers exceeded 1A, many only did 500mA. I still have some 500mA ones in my collection.

Slow chargers can be easily purchased for this price (or less) so it's not a deal. If these were QC3.x, that would be different. A quick search of Amazon found several at a lower price.
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These are good little chargers but if you're prone to hearing electronics whine, these unfortunately suffer from that.
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These are good little chargers but if you're prone to hearing electronics whine, these unfortunately suffer from that.
Thanks..will pass...
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2.4A total. Thanks, but no thanks.
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2.4A total. Thanks, but no thanks.
Yes, unfortunately these days 2.4A really doesn't cut it for many devices. Some devices complain about "slow charging" if not connected to QC2.0 or QC3.0 chargers. These 2.4A ones are fine though for overnight slow charging of most phones. Ten years ago very few chargers exceeded 1A, many only did 500mA. I still have some 500mA ones in my collection.

Slow chargers can be easily purchased for this price (or less) so it's not a deal. If these were QC3.x, that would be different. A quick search of Amazon found several at a lower price.
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These are good little chargers but if you're prone to hearing electronics whine, these unfortunately suffer from that.
The whine of these are above and beyond normal in our opinion (my wife wasn't pleased).
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There's been a plethora of mediocre Anker 'deals' lately. This seems like a normal price for slow-charge adapters. Pay a little more and you can get something worthwhile.
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The whine of these are above and beyond normal in our opinion (my wife wasn't pleased).
She's the one to talk huh! Oh snap. JK Smilie

I'll pass too!
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These are good little chargers but if you're prone to hearing electronics whine, these unfortunately suffer from that.
You just solved a problem I've been trying to figure out, kept hearing a static squeal from inside my car and now I know it's coming from my Anker car charger..Thank You
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Yes, unfortunately these days 2.4A really doesn't cut it for many devices. Some devices complain about "slow charging" if not connected to QC2.0 or QC3.0 chargers. These 2.4A ones are fine though for overnight slow charging of most phones. Ten years ago very few chargers exceeded 1A, many only did 500mA. I still have some 500mA ones in my collection.

Slow chargers can be easily purchased for this price (or less) so it's not a deal. If these were QC3.x, that would be different. A quick search of Amazon found several at a lower price.
can you please provide an example of a better 1-2 port wall charger for iphone?
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Not compatible with Mazda CX-5 2014, Mazda 3 2012, Mazda 3 2013, and Mazda 3 2016.
Not compatible with full-speed charging for Note 9, S9, S9+, S10, and S10+. These devices will charge at normal speed.
This charger is compatible with Note 10 / Note 10+, but does not support 25W fast charging.
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can you please provide an example of a better 1-2 port wall charger for iphone?
The iPhone 11 Pro allows up to a max PD charging rate of 22W or 9V/3A.

DO NOT USE the Apple 29W (A1540) charger ever. It charges the iPhone at 14.7V / 1.7A and causes the iPhone to overheat. The iPhone operates best at 5V or 9V charging profiles.

The best chargers to get max charging speeds with iPhone are those that support 9V / 3A profile. You can find it always printed on the back of the charger like THIS [chargerlab.com]. It is in Chinese in this example but input is 100-240VAC/1.2A and output profiles are 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 10V/4A and 20V/2.25A. The iPhone automatically selects the best profile to charge at, which is 9V/3A from 0-75% battery, then drops to 5V/3A for the rest.

There are current tons available, here are some that Ive seen tested that work well.
Apple 30W A1882
Anker 30W A2615
Anker 30W A2017
Aukey 27W PA-Y19
Moshi 30W 99MO022116
Ravpower 30W PC120
Xiaomi 45W CDQ02ZM
Anker 60W A2029
Apple 61W A1718
Apple 61W A1947

My personal favorite charger available is the RAVPower 45W Ultrathin [amazon.com]. It is one of the very first GaNFast (Gallium Nitride) chargers ever made. It can charge my iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPad 10.5 Pro, Macbook 13" Pro, and Nintendo Switch. The GaN chargers [makeuseof.com] are the next evolution of chargers that allow high charge rates with 40% less heat production and much smaller profiles.
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The iPhone 11 Pro allows up to a max PD charging rate of 22W or 9V/3A.

DO NOT USE the Apple 29W (A1540) charger ever. It charges the iPhone at 14.7V / 1.7A and causes the iPhone to overheat. The iPhone operates best at 5V or 9V charging profiles.

The best chargers to get max charging speeds with iPhone are those that support 9V / 3A profile. You can find it always printed on the back of the charger like THIS [chargerlab.com]. It is in Chinese in this example but input is 100-240VAC/1.2A and output profiles are 5V/3A, 9V/3A, 10V/4A and 20V/2.25A. The iPhone automatically selects the best profile to charge at, which is 9V/3A from 0-75% battery, then drops to 5V/3A for the rest.

There are current tons available, here are some that Ive seen tested that work well.
Apple 30W A1882
Anker 30W A2615
Anker 30W A2017
Aukey 27W PA-Y19
Moshi 30W 99MO022116
Ravpower 30W PC120
Xiaomi 45W CDQ02ZM
Anker 60W A2029
Apple 61W A1718
Apple 61W A1947

My personal favorite charger available is the RAVPower 45W Ultrathin [amazon.com]. It is one of the very first GaNFast (Gallium Nitride) chargers ever made. It can charge my iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPad 10.5 Pro, Macbook 13" Pro, and Nintendo Switch. The GaN chargers [makeuseof.com] are the next evolution of chargers that allow high charge rates with 40% less heat production and much smaller profiles.
So I sometimes use the Apple 29W charger with USB-C to Lightening cable to charge my iPhone X. ​You're saying I should stop immediately.
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I have been using 4 port Amazon basics charger and quite happy with it. It delivers 9.6A / 48W total power output. Roughly 2.4 A per port which is really good. Only thing better would be the actual charger for your device compatible with quick charge tech of your device.
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