I'm not positive but I believe I read that iOS 11.2 was suppose to unlock a faster form of charging for the iPhone X. But then again I'm positive I read that iOS 11.2 was suppose to make Apple Pay in iMessages available and it didn't do that. Yes, I'm still salty, and no, I don't really want to go back to a beta. Anyways, I tested two chargers tonight and am happy to report that iOS 11.2 did in fact unlock faster wireless charging. These are the two chargers I tested. I got the black one for around $20 on Amazon and the silver "fast charge" one for $35. Both were One Day Prime. Here are the results. The black pad charged 1% of my iPhone X in 459 seconds with a score of 212. The silver pad charged 1% of my iPhone X in 119 seconds with a score of 814. Both pads still performed very poorly compared to the 5W wired power supply the iPhone came with. That charged 1% of my phone in 99 seconds with a score of 1080. According to Apple the fast charging should be charging at 7.5W which I'm not getting anything close to even with this "fast" charging Samsung silver charger. Tomorrow I'm going to swap the power bricks and see if I can get the black pad to charge faster with more amps going into it.