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Getting the Best Wireless Charger for an iPhone

Getting the Best Wireless Charger for an iPhone

Getting the Best Wireless Charger for an iPhone

Factors to Consider

In today's fast-paced world, the convenience of wireless technology has become indispensable. From wireless earbuds to cordless vacuum cleaners, it seems like almost everything is going wireless. And when it comes to our beloved iPhones, wireless charging has taken center stage, offering a new level of convenience and freedom from tangled cables. In this blog, we'll delve into the world of iPhone wireless chargers and help you make an informed choice for your charging needs.

Embracing the Wireless Revolution in iPhone

Gone are the days of fumbling with charging cables in the dark. Since Apple introduced wireless charging with the iPhone 8, users have embraced the convenience of simply placing their iPhones on a charging pad or stand. But with the ever-evolving iPhone lineup and various wireless charging options available, choosing the right charger can be a bit overwhelming. Let's break it down step by step.

How do you choose an iPhone wireless charger?

When selecting an iPhone wireless charger, several key factors should guide your decision. When it comes to choosing the right iPhone wireless charger, making an informed decision is crucial to ensure optimal performance and compatibility. Selecting the perfect iPhone wireless charger requires careful consideration to guarantee seamless functionality and the best user experience.

MagSafe vs. Standard Wireless Charger

One of the first decisions you'll need to make is whether to go for a MagSafe charger or a standard wireless charger. MagSafe chargers are compatible with specific iPhone models and offer fast charging capabilities. These include:


iPhone 15, 15 Plus, 15 Pro, and 15 Pro Max

iPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max

iPhone 13 Mini, 13, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max

iPhone 12 Mini, 12, 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max


With MagSafe, you can attach the charger to your iPhone using magnets, ensuring a secure connection and faster charging. Charging your battery up to 50% takes just about an hour, making it a great choice for those on the go.


For MagSafe chargers, explore the versatile options offered by Ultraprolink: Vylis Auto, Vylis Curve, Vylis Fold, and Vylis GO.

Other iPhone Models

If you have an iPhone that doesn't support MagSafe, fret not! You can still enjoy the convenience of wireless charging with a standard wireless charger. These iPhone models include:

iPhone SE 3 (from 2022) and iPhone SE 2 (from 2020)

iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max

iPhone X, Xr, Xs, and Xs Max

iPhone 8 and 8 Plus

These models work with all wireless chargers except MagSafe. You don't need to stick to a specific brand, as almost all wireless chargers support 7.5W fast charging, which is faster than standard chargers.

For standard wireless charging, check out Vylis Fold UM1006FW and Vylis Plate UM1006DW

How to charge wirelessly:

  • Connect your charger to a power source using the recommended power adapte ( Min 18W Output)
  • Place the charger on a level surface.
  • Put your iPhone on the charger with the display facing up, ensuring it's center-aligned against the charging coil at the back.
  • Your iPhone should begin charging within seconds, making it a hassle-free experience.

Important Tips for Wireless Charging

  • Wireless charging utilizes magnetic induction, so it's essential to avoid placing anything between your iPhone and the charger. Objects like magnetic mounts, magnetic cases, or cards with RFID chips could hinder performance or cause damage.
  • If you're experiencing slow charging or your iPhone isn't charging at all, consider removing thick or metal cases, as they might interfere with the charging process. 
  • Additionally, keep in mind that wireless charging may generate some heat, which can trigger software limitations to protect your battery. Simply move your iPhone and charger to a cooler spot, and charging will resume when the temperature drops.
  • Lastly, remember that your iPhone won't charge wirelessly while connected to USB. If you have your iPhone plugged into your computer or a USB power adapter, it will charge via the USB connection.

Conclusion: Elevating Your iPhone Charging Experience with Wireless Convenience

In the age of wireless technology, upgrading your iPhone charging setup is a no-brainer. Whether you have a MagSafe-compatible model or one of the older iPhone models, there's a wireless charger out there to suit your needs. By following the tips and guidelines outlined in this blog, you can ensure a seamless and efficient wireless charging experience that elevates the way you power up your iPhone. Say goodbye to tangled cords and hello to the future of charging convenience!


By Shaista Qadri

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