Dec 20th, 2020 publishUpdated   Dec 21st, 2020, 8:57 am

Despite the fact that we all use them on a daily basis, smartphone chargers usually aren’t high up on our priority list. Most of us just use the charger that comes with our smartphones when we buy them, but the included chargers can often deliver sub-par charging speeds. And if you happened to purchase a new iPhone in 2020, there’s a good chance that you didn’t even get a wall charger for the phone in the box.

In early October, Apple announced that its iPhone 12 series and Apple Watches would not arrive with a charging adapter. Apple’s reasoning for this is that they want to reach net-zero climate impact by 2030 and making these changes will help them to reach that goal. Although it is a noble concept, it doesn’t help consumers who need an adapter or a way to charge their devices. 

Fortunately, if you’re not willing to pay Apple’s unreasonably high prices for an adapter that should have been included with the phone, there are plenty of third-party options. Cue in Aukey. Aukey is a leading innovator in power and charging technology. They invented the OmniaChip Chipset, OmniStack, and Dynamic Detect and they are also known for producing the world’s smallest PD chargers.  They make chargers for both iPhone and Android smartphones and their products can be purchased directly from Amazon.  On top of that, Aukey offers 30-day returns after purchase and a 24-month on all their products.

If you’re looking for a charger for your Android device or new iPhone, Aukey’s 2020 lineup is a great place to start.

90W 3-Port PD Wall Charger

As the name suggests, this adapter has 3 ports.  It has one USB-C port that outputs 90W Power Delivery 3.0 charging.  This means that you can charge your MacBook Pro at full speed and/or fast charge the latest iPhone or other compatible USB-C powered devices.  The other two ports output 60W and 30W respectively.  If all 3 ports are being used simultaneously, one of the USB-C ports outputs up to 60W while the other two will output 12W each. This wall adapter is available in white or black.  

65W PD Wall Charger

This wall charger is powered by AUKEY’s OmniaChip that can deliver 3x faster charging with half the size and weight of comparable adapters.  It has two ports so you can fast charge PD-compatible smartphones and charge a regular phone at the same time.  With a 65W output, it is also capable of charging a 13″ MacBook Pro and other similar USB-C laptops.  In fact, you can even charge a 13” MacBook Pro and an iPhone together with no drop of speed.  This charger is available in white or black.

18 W PD Wall Charger

This adapter is very compact but packs a total 18W of power.  It can charge an iPhone 11 from 0% to over 50% in just 30 minutes.  It is compatible with most USB-C devices including other phones, tablets, Kindles, Smart Watch, and even the Nintendo Switch.  It also features a foldable plug for easy portability and storage.  This adapter is available in black only.

18W Power Delivery Wall Charger

This very compact wall charger supports newer technology that utilizes USB Power Delivery up to 18W.  To put it in perspective, it can charge an iPhone 11 from 0% to 65% in 30 minutes.  It has broad compatibility that can support all USB-C devices below 18W.  It also has foldable prongs and built-in safeguards protect your devices against excessive current, overheating, and overcharging.  This charger is available in white or black.

3-in-1 Wireless Charging Station

This device allows you to charge 3 Apple devices simultaneously: iPhone, Airpods Pro, and Apple Watch.  It is available in white or black and supports 7.5 W fast charging for iPhones and 10 W wireless charging for Android phones.  The charging station is also compatible with cases that are up to 3mm thick.  An important thing to note is that this device does not come with an adapter.  In order to get the full speed charger, Aukey recommends a QC2.0/3.0 POWER ADAPTER.  This charging station is available in white or black.

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