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Maybe iphone wireless charge is different but I know my samsung s8 and note10 gets pretty warm when being wirelessly charged. Whenever the temp gets above 32c i notice the charge rate is throttled by the OS to non-rapid speed, and I can monitor this in accuBattery. Also I'm not sure how accurate the iPhone battery health is. My wife's health shows 80% but it feels almost like 50% compared to before. The only sure way to test your battery health is with accuBattery but unfortunately it isn't available in iOS.

You guys can thumb me down but I'm just speaking from facts. It's proven higher temperature, especially during charge time, decreasses battery life. And because wireless chargers have to depend on magnetic fields to charge instead of wire, it will cause more heat. However since this is only 10w, maybe it will be ok, but i would prefer 20w PD or QC charge to 80% in a matter of minutes instead of leaving your phone overnight to charge to 100%. Fyi, charging your battery to 80% can more than double your battery life in the long run.

For anyone who has android, you must try accuBattery, it's been pretty eye-opening on how battery health works plus it even has built in alarm to tell you that your phone has reached the desired charge level, and also you can monitor the current charge rate of your phone, which is also pretty nice in seeing which charger works the best.

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Dollar digital credit for slow shipping too!
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I think wireless charging is a bit overrated not to mention it causes the battery temp to spike and shorten the lifespan. I been reading a bit on how to keep battery health on battery university and seems temperature is fairly important factor in lengthening your battery life
I have a galaxy s8 (looking to upgrade this fall) and it basically doesn't fast charge anymore via usb-c. Sometimes I can really force it and get it to function, but usually its easier to use wireless.
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Review says slow charge for iPhone and overheats. Pass
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Need hookup on Qi USB-C RAVPower, Anker or Aukey, even Mophie (Mophie 99% mostly does wall Chargers) ...using 2 separate Mophie Qi; 2020 model convertible stand charger for IPhone 11 Pro Max & 2018 puck for AirPods 2 / AirPods Pro ... TMI I know, long day! Thanks good looking out OP... suggestions anyone?
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I have a galaxy s8 (looking to upgrade this fall) and it basically doesn't fast charge anymore via usb-c. Sometimes I can really force it and get it to function, but usually its easier to use wireless.
Did you try to replace the usb-c wire?
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I think wireless charging is a bit overrated not to mention it causes the battery temp to spike and shorten the lifespan. I been reading a bit on how to keep battery health on battery university and seems temperature is fairly important factor in lengthening your battery life
I have been wireless charger all the time (sometime over night) for my iPhone x for last 2.8 years. Battery still shows as 90 percent good. I'm planning to switch with I phone 12.

Bottom line, 3 years (almost) of every
time wireless charging has not spoiled my phone. Wireless charging is good I use it to charge air pods too.
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Very nice! 🔥
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Was going to get one for my dad and his new iPhone 11, but it says it doesn't work with the Apple adapter. Need a QC 3.0 power brick, right? Jumping up to the combo is $30 total, or $18 like new
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Does this work with galaxy buds+?
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Was going to get one for my dad and his new iPhone 11, but it says it doesn't work with the Apple adapter. Need a QC 3.0 power brick, right? Jumping up to the combo is $30 total, or $18 like new
Good call on the apple adapter. Was going to buy it
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I have been wireless charger all the time (sometime over night) for my iPhone x for last 2.8 years. Battery still shows as 90 percent good. I'm planning to switch with I phone 12.

Bottom line, 3 years (almost) of every
time wireless charging has not spoiled my phone. Wireless charging is good I use it to charge air pods too.
Maybe iphone wireless charge is different but I know my samsung s8 and note10 gets pretty warm when being wirelessly charged. Whenever the temp gets above 32c i notice the charge rate is throttled by the OS to non-rapid speed, and I can monitor this in accuBattery. Also I'm not sure how accurate the iPhone battery health is. My wife's health shows 80% but it feels almost like 50% compared to before. The only sure way to test your battery health is with accuBattery but unfortunately it isn't available in iOS.

You guys can thumb me down but I'm just speaking from facts. It's proven higher temperature, especially during charge time, decreasses battery life. And because wireless chargers have to depend on magnetic fields to charge instead of wire, it will cause more heat. However since this is only 10w, maybe it will be ok, but i would prefer 20w PD or QC charge to 80% in a matter of minutes instead of leaving your phone overnight to charge to 100%. Fyi, charging your battery to 80% can more than double your battery life in the long run.

For anyone who has android, you must try accuBattery, it's been pretty eye-opening on how battery health works plus it even has built in alarm to tell you that your phone has reached the desired charge level, and also you can monitor the current charge rate of your phone, which is also pretty nice in seeing which charger works the best.
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