Using wireless chargers

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  1. imagic1

    imagic1 New Member

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    I'm planning on buying a wireless charger and based on what I've read, iphones support a maximum of 7.5 watts if a wireless charger is used. A normal charger only supports 5 watts so I'm hoping that I'll be able to wirelessly charge my phone faster. Any iPhone X user out there who have used or is using a wireless charger often? Does it charge faster and does it affect tge battery life based on your experience?
     
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    scifan57 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Wireless charging is less efficient than charging with the regular charger and cable so it will take longer to complete the charge.
     
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    X and XS here.
    Seems quick enough, not that I have timed it.
    Just so easy. No plug unplug
     
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