The Apple Watch charges on the dock in landscape orientation so it works with Nightstand mode as a clock replacement. That said, though, the design of the frame means that it's not going to move from slight bumps. It has weight to it and super clean looking. The stand works easily with iPhone in both portrait and landscape modes and also will charge through cases up to 3mm thick excluding metal cases. .
There are other lesser known brands for cheaper but then some may prefer buying a brand with name recognition. The iPhone is designed to sit upright against the back of the charger, with the base serving as a stand. This is not ideal for higher-powered devices like an , which kind of limits the versatility of the extra port. Rated 5 out of 5 by Rose999 from Fast Charging, streamlined look This is one of my favorite products. Left it on the charg I bought it for my new iPhoneX and it is great, works perfectly.
The charging surface of the stand is just a bit larger than the pad's surface, but the overall footprint is larger because of the design of the frame. Intelligent wireless charging chipset combines multiple sophisticated features for overall performance and efficiency 6. Design wise, the Charging Stand looks similar to the Boost Up Bold Charging Pad, but with a plastic frame to hold it upright. Any promotional offer is limited-time and intended for qualified customers. My wife kind of took it over but that is an easy fix. I will say that it doesn't charge as quickly as if it were plugged in but it's still fast and the convenience is well worth it for me.
Thermal protection sensor provides safer operation 7. Like most wireless chargers, the top pad is a flat silicon soft matte surface that will hold an iPhone securely in place — which it does quite well — and the same rubber coating is used on the bottom to keep the charger itself from sliding around. Belkin has slightly angled the base, which makes it easier to see the iPhone's display while positioned on the dock. The Boost Up Wireless Charging Dock wins out for me in two aspects with it being a stand-style design. Only Charges iPhone X I bought it for my new iPhoneX and it is great, works perfectly. That means another update may enable 10 watt charging so this charging pad is partially future proofed if an update comes around. I don't know of anyone who has had an iPhone damaged by a wireless charger, but I guess it could happen.
Simply set your iPhone down on the Boost Up Wireless Charging Pad and get fast wireless charging performance. Metal objects, like keys and coins, placed on the pad can keep your phone from charging and interfere with the charging pad's function, even damaging to the iPhone, foreign object or charging pad. The construction of the other is good but the Belkin is better the soft rubber exterior is nice because with my case it is slippery and I have a hard time charging it with the other charger. Works with iPhone and Android phones that have wireless charging. Non-slip surface helps secure iPhone 3. Besides, who knows better about charging specs for fine electronics than the engineers at Apple and Belkin? The charger follows the Qi charging standard and the 7. I do wish it wasn't there, but Belkin says it provides foreign object detection to let you know if something's touching the Qi wireless charger that shouldn't be.
Belkin's Boost Up Bold Wireless Charging Pad The Belkin is similar to the original sold at Apple retail stores in that it offers the same simple, round shape, but it's smaller, which makes it easier to use. At the base, there's a rubber bottom to keep the Charging Pad in place on a desk or a nightstand, and there's a matching rubber ring at the top to prevent the iPhone from slipping when it's placed on the charger. I posted some pictures of how I compared and used mine below. Not all of those are Apple certified, of course, which is worth noting. With performance not drastically different between wireless chargers - and to be clear, Belkin's are charging at 7.
You can charge your or another lower-powered device, but if you're trying to charge an iPad or , the charging is going to go slowly. That made it perfect for nightstand use, because I can just drop my iPhone in place without needing to worry that it's not getting power overnight. I like it better than my old Other wireless charger I have had for a few years. The dock does, however, ship with its own power supply. A pinhole-sized light on top, near the rim, illuminates only when power is being transferred.
While they're functionally identical, if you compare the two, the latter may have more plastic in its construction and less metal. It is clean and small-no one notices it. The Boost Up Special Edition Wireless Charging Dock for iPhone + Apple Watch sits at the. Engineered to deliver up to 7. Durability Non-slip pad with polycarbonate base offers impact protection for durability. It would be nice if Belkin had made the stand adjustable in some way to let people change the angle of the iPhone if desired, but by default, it's in an ideal position for movie watching in landscape mode if you also want your Charging Stand to double as a regular stand.
Clear Apple certification is one benefit of the Wireless Charging Pad and the Wireless Charging Stand, but design is another. Overall though the 10 w charger beats the old Belkin charger in all ways and looks great doing it. At this point, you can get a 7. Belkin's Boost Up Wireless Charging Stand Belkin's Boost Up Wireless Charging Stand, available in black or white, is the first stand-style wireless charging device that Belkin has designed for the iPhone. The Wireless Charging Pad isn't quite as unique looking, but it features a solid build with grippiness in all the right places, along with a size that isn't overwhelming to also make for easier positioning.