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Anker Upgraded 10W Max PowerWave Pad 7.5W/10W Wireless Charger $8.49
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#46
Just received one of these at the regular price and it will even charge with a metal magnetic mount on the case as long as it is positioned correctly. I could see how this might be a problem with a stand charger that doesn't allow for positioning. The indicator light confirms charging is taking place. Might need to pick up another at this price.
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The description says anyone with iPhone on iOS 13.1 or later can only charge at 5w. Bummer.
Thanks. I had almost bought this but didn't buy after reading your comment. I guess we'll have to wait for a deal on 7.5W charger that supports iOS 13.1 or later
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Thanks. I had almost bought this but didn't buy after reading your comment. I guess we'll have to wait for a deal on 7.5W charger that supports iOS 13.1 or later

Thank you also!

>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)



Anyone know what are popular options here that will not have this limitation or be crippled by a similar non compliant issue in the future?
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I've been using the rectangular version of this (Anker Wireless Base Pad) with my Pixel 3 XL and it works well. Yes, I only get 5W charging, but since I sleep more than 3 hours a night that seems to work out for me. More wattage usually means more heat and more wear on the battery, so I'm happy with anything that will charge slowly. If I need a fast charge for some reason I plug it in.
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Is it normal that all these wireless chargers are making tic tic tic tic noise it's charging a phone?
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Is it normal that all these wireless chargers are making tic tic tic tic noise it's charging a phone?
Absolutely not. Which one are you using?
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Agreed with others that placement on these is very particular for charging. I used to use it on my nightstand and went back to wired charging since that's easier.
Just a thought for those who have an issue with placement ... you could probably take the tray insert from your iPhone box (might also work for other phones if they have a similar insert) and use a piece of double-sticky tape to mount the charger to the back of that insert in the appropriate place. That would give you an easy way to get it lined up properly every time, since the iPhone is designed to fit snugly in it. You could possibly even drop it back in the iPhone box with a small hole for the cord to give it a finished look. Probably not worthwhile to get one with plans to do that, but might be an idea if you already have one without a stand and want to make it easier to use with a DIY stand of sorts. To make it easier to grab, you could slide the insert an inch up or down so it overlaps the box and cut a small finger-notch (thinking something like the pic below). Maybe a little scotch tape to keep everything in place.
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Counter opinion here, the stands are very picky if you have a case like an otterbox. These let me place where it needs to go.my models with stands it doesn't seem as effective
Concur with this.

I have more recently found the angled stands to be finicky where the flat ones you can move the phone to the appropriate location on the pad. This is with the lady's iPhone 8+ and my Note 10+.
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For people who wonder about having a popsocket on the back that prevents wireless charging - Popsocket has come up with a new design that is compatible with wireless charging. It contains a flat (almost), thin base and a detachable pop-up button (the round thing that you pull up/out Smilie You don't "have to" detach it though. I just lay the phone on the pad with the popsocket still on the back, and it does charge!
BTW: with a popsocket on the back of the phone, a pad works better than a stand Wink
Can you provide a link to this
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http://community.anker.com/t/ios-13-3-unlocks-7-5w-wireless-charging-for-certain-wireless-charger/73886/2

Not sure if the throttling is still a thing as of 13.3
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Can you provide a link to this
If you want to see what it looks like, check out popsockets.com.
I have not paid attention to deals in terms of price. But sometimes you can get them on clearance at Office Depot or Target.
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Thank you also!

>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)



Anyone know what are popular options here that will not have this limitation or be crippled by a similar non compliant issue in the future?
The wireless charging pads sold by Apple are far less likely to be crippled by any updates. All of them that claimed 7.5 watt charging still do so after 13.1. They're also far more expensive than any other pads from any other sellers.


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07TTJ6KSH
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07H2CG5YX
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07H2XF1FN
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07MX35QWJ
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07PW7PSY9
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07GYR8SGQ
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07D9FYBMJ
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07RLQD4Y1 (the black version)

This list of wireless charging pads was sent to me by Anker customer support as confirmed working with 13.1 at 7.5 watts. I can't promise they won't eventually get crippled as well, but they survived the first time.
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These are good for AirPod Pros
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Are there any wireless chargers that work for iPhone from the front of the phone? My wife has a pop socket on her 11 she doesn't want to get rid of.
No. But wireless charging is pretty useless in most applications. Plug it In.
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Are there any wireless chargers that work for iPhone from the front of the phone? My wife has a pop socket on her 11 she doesn't want to get rid of.
I have the stand and a pop socket on mine , play around with the pop socket placement, mine is below the Apple sign and partially over the writing and it charges when I use the stand, also consider if put horizontal on th stand with pop socket open and beyond the stand edge
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