Annoyed that AirPower is no longer launching? Here are our top alternatives.
Apple may have canceled AirPower, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any choices when looking for a decent wireless charger. Wireless chargers have been around for a while even before Apple introduced them on the iPhone. But even if they’re no longer making their own you can always check these brands as definite alternatives.
Mophie – While I’ve mostly known Mophie as a maker of battery cases for the iPhone, their line of wireless chargers all follow the Qi standard so it’s compatible with any brand.
Belkin – Belkin’s our next favorite brand for wireless chargers. Aside from the normal wireless chargers that support Samsung, Apple or even LG and Google, they’ve also made power banks that also support charging of the Apple Watch. It’s sleek and versatile, not to mention affordable too!
Huawei – The Chinese brand’s own wireless charger was made specifically to take advantage of the fast wireless charging found on the Mate 20 Pro and the recently announced P30 Pro. But the great thing is that this wireless charger can automatically control the output voltage to match what’s charging.
Samsung – You may think that Samsung’s own wireless charger is only limited to the brand – but no, their wireless chargers are also compatible with even their biggest competitors. But like every other brand, this wireless charger will work best if you use a Samsung smartphone.
RavPower – Compatible with nearly every device we used it with, RavPower can offer a maximum of 10W of power, which should be able to wireless charge your devices in no time. It also comes with a decent grip so it won’t just slide around your table or your nightstand. Even the top has a rubber grip so your devices won’t just easily slip.
Any other brands that you think should be on the list? Give it a shoutout in the comments below!