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Nice, thanks
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Thanks, im in the market for a qi charger, are there any well priced ones like this that support 7.5W to iPhone 11 Pro max? Almost all only "fast" charge the android phones for some reason (probably apple)
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Thanks, im in the market for a qi charger, are there any well priced ones like this that support 7.5W to iPhone 11 Pro max? Almost all only "fast" charge the android phones for some reason (probably apple)
This one supports "fast" 7.5W charging for iPhones: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07THHQ...-Db28XQG51
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This 2-pack supports 7.5w to iPhone. I ordered it two days ago and it was $18.99. Price went up a good amount.

Anker Wireless Charger, 2 Pack PowerWave Pad, Qi-Certified, 7.5W for iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, Xs Max, XR, Xs, X, 8, 8 Plus, 10W for Galaxy S10 S9 S8, Note 10 Note 9 Note 8 (No AC Adapter) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07THL8...-DbHNTJTCW
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This 2-pack supports 7.5w to iPhone. I ordered it two days ago and it was $18.99. Price went up a good amount.

Anker Wireless Charger, 2 Pack PowerWave Pad, Qi-Certified, 7.5W for iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, Xs Max, XR, Xs, X, 8, 8 Plus, 10W for Galaxy S10 S9 S8, Note 10 Note 9 Note 8 (No AC Adapter) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07THL8...-DbHNTJTCW
It there a one-pack...?
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It there a one-pack...?
Anker Wireless Charger, PowerWave Pad Upgraded 10W Max, 7.5W for iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, Xs Max, XR, XS, X, 8, 8 Plus, 10W Fast-Charging Galaxy S10 S9 S8, Note 10 Note 9 Note 8 (No AC Adapter) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07THHQ...-DbPPSP42Y
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This one supports "fast" 7.5W charging for iPhones: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07THHQ...-Db28XQG51
I'm new to this kind of charger. What's the difference with the deal charger(10·5w) and the (7.5w)? Wouldn't the 10.5w be better? I kept reading abt the adaptor. Do I need a special adaptor?
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I've had issues with mine. It stops charging after a few days and I have to unplug and re-plug it back to the wall outlet. I think it shorts out my apple adapter if that's a thing. I've used another adapter too but it made this loud buzzing sound lol. Shame for me :/
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Will the wireless charger work with iphone 6s?
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I really dont understand this mad dash to go for fast charging. Fast charging kills battery life, and thats exactly what manufacturers are going for. Shorter product use cycles. Defined product obsolescence.

Slow charging is the way to go. Dont fall for this marketing crap of 'fast charging', its more like 'draining your wallet fast'.
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I really dont understand this mad dash to go for fast charging. Fast charging kills battery life, and thats exactly what manufacturers are going for. Shorter product use cycles. Defined product obsolescence.

Slow charging is the way to go. Dont fall for this marketing crap of 'fast charging', its more like 'draining your wallet fast'.
You only need a basic understanding of electricity to see how incorrect your statement is.

Fast charging utilizes modes the battery is designed for (voltages above 5v and amperages above 1A, namely) during a period of depletion (roughly below 80-90%) where the battery is safe to receive this extra current. The remaining charge cycle is reduced to a normal charge rate, which is why that last 10% seems a lot slower — it is.

What hurts a battery more than anything is excessive heat, followed by excessive prolonged voltage.

If you have a case on your phone and your phone in a dash mount while you're blasting your car's heater at it all winter, you're doing a lot more damage to it than wireless charging could ever possibly do.

But to say that additional voltage hurts a battery that's designed for additional voltage would be assuming that laptops, power tools, and electric cars are all being damaged by their chargers. It's simply not the case.
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Would this support s10 plus or s10e? Should be all the same with the s10 models right?
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You only need a basic understanding of electricity to see how incorrect your statement is.

Fast charging utilizes modes the battery is designed for (voltages above 5v and amperages above 1A, namely) during a period of depletion (roughly below 80-90%) where the battery is safe to receive this extra current. The remaining charge cycle is reduced to a normal charge rate, which is why that last 10% seems a lot slower — it is.

What hurts a battery more than anything is excessive heat, followed by excessive prolonged voltage.

If you have a case on your phone and your phone in a dash mount while you're blasting your car's heater at it all winter, you're doing a lot more damage to it than wireless charging could ever possibly do.

But to say that additional voltage hurts a battery that's designed for additional voltage would be assuming that laptops, power tools, and electric cars are all being damaged by their chargers. It's simply not the case.
Fast charging creates more heat.....
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Will the wireless charger work with iphone 6s?
nope!
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