The 10 Best Wireless iPhone Chargers

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This wiki has been updated 11 times since it was first published in October of 2017. Constantly connecting and disconnecting a cable from your mobile device can quickly get annoying, not to mention the amount of wear and tear it causes a charging port, which is often one of the first things to break. Instead of dealing with all that hassle, get yourself one of these cool, wireless iPhone chargers, which come in a variety of shapes and sizes to match any need. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best wireless iphone charger on Amazon.

10. Tylt Vu

9. Choetech T517

8. Anker PowerWave

7. Nillkin Magic Disk 4

6. Pleson WR-C400

5. Bezalel Futura X

4. Ellesye Qi

3. RavPower PC034

2. Nanami M220

1. Belkin Boost Up

Editor's Notes

March 03, 2019:

Wireless iPhone chargers are all about convenience. Rather than having to deal with the hassle of plugging in and removing a cable multiple times a day, which often leads to the port breaking, you simply drop your phone on top of these units. Since convenience is a leading factor in the purchase of these items, you may want to get an option that doesn't require perfect alignment, but rather lets you drop your phone on it and walk away without a second thought. This often means getting a large stand-style model though, which means you are sacrificing on portability. The Nanami M220, Ellesye Qi, Pleson WR-C400, Tylt Vu are such models. Another benefit of stand-style models is that they allow you to use your phone while charging, since they keep them propped up at a nice angle for reading. If you don't mind taking an extra second or two to ensure you have a stable connection and want something that is just as suitable for the on-the-road use as home use, consider the Belkin Boost Up, RavPower PC034, Bezalel Futura X, Nillkin Magic Disk 4, Anker PowerWave, and Choetech T517. Except for the Choetech T517, all of these support fast charging too. All of the models on our list also support phones from other major manufacturers, so you can share them with family members who have Samsung devices.

Brett Dvoretz
Last updated on March 06, 2019 by Brett Dvoretz

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