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Last updated on May 6, 2021 12:31 pm
Top 5 Must Have Accessories for iPhone 12
Top 5 Must Have Accessories for iPhone 12

$37.14 $29.34

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Price history for Anker Nano iPhone Charger, 20W PIQ 3.0 Durable Compact Fast Charger, PowerPort III USB-C Charger for iphone 12 series, Galaxy
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  • $29.34 - May 6, 2021
  • $29.20 - April 27, 2021
  • $26.25 - April 12, 2021
  • $29.94 - April 5, 2021
  • $25.80 - March 24, 2021
  • $20.28 - January 29, 2021
  • $19.92 - January 7, 2021
  • $19.98 - December 31, 2020
Since: November 3, 2020
  • Highest Price: $29.94 - April 5, 2021
  • Lowest Price: $19.92 - January 7, 2021


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  1. RUBI2S

    I don’t like giving negative reviews…I really don’t. It probably goes back to the “If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say, Don’t Say Anything At All” saying that was drilled into me as a child. However, when you spend so much money on a laptop, you don’t expect the charger to give out after a couple of years. The battery? Ok, those things usually suck anyways. But, the charger? Seriously? And to top it all off, these things aren’t cheap. I’m not hard on my laptop and charger. In fact, most of the time they sit at home in the same exact spot. After doing some Googling, when I was trying to troubleshoot why my laptop wasn’t charging, I found that this is a very common problem. I really expected a lot more out of Apple, so I’m very disappointed in this charger. Unfortunately, it’s not like it’s a product that can be boycotted, right? Gotta charge that MacBook Pro.

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  2. James Walker

    Not what I got. By the picture, it appears to be an Apple power adapter, but what was in the package was a generic charger. It was definitely NOT an Apple charger. Returned the same day.

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  3. Allen R.

    The item we received was clearly used.Cord dirty, dirt & smudges all over it.

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  4. Amazon Customer

    I had this charger less than a month, when it overheated, the seams split open, the two “feet” of the stand melted off. I would like a full refund. I am a long time customer of Amazon, and will continue to be, but will only buy chargers directly from Apple from now on. I am requesting a full refund.

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  5. SMR

    You used to be able to trust Amazon reviews, but now that fake reviews are out of hand, you really can’t anymore.My wife’s 2010 MacBook Pro’s power adapter finally broke down (8 years!). I wanted to buy a 3rd party brand because, quite simply, this is not a complex piece of machinery, it shouldn’t cost this much. One look at all of the highest reviewed products showed literally hundreds of 5 star reviews with zero verified purchases. Then the few verified purchase reviews all said “did not work, fake product”.So we’re back where we started, paying top dollar for name brand because we can’t trust any other. It’s a sad state and ruins capitalism and competition.This one worked perfectly out of the box and has been going steady for several weeks. I’m pleased with the purchase, but disappointed by the price.

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    As we all know, the MagSafe Power adapter for the Macbooks rarely lasts as long as its MacBook.I am on my fifth adapter for my 2015 MacBook, so, not lasting even a year. Before that, they lasted even less. I am careful, I reinforce the magnet side of the cable with Sugru and then, splints! I found out at an Apple Store, they quietly replace any Apple manufactured MacSafe Power Adapter free of charge. But they do it quietly. And, one must go to the Apple store with the adapter in hand, and they look up the serial number etc etc. Well, I live in the boonies. I am near an Apple Store only when I FLY for a day, to visit people. So, not how I want to spend my visit time. Apple has not managed to BOTHER rectifying this design issue, for whatever reason(s). It is a decision of theirs which I find lacking in integrity, which is not something I generally attribute to Apple. I believe it must be a business/financial decision, the significant cost to redesign it again (they did do a redesign at least once, that I know of() is that the profit from the repeat sales of the MagSafe by people who don’t know, don’t have time or ability, to claim a rfree eplacement, must be stunningly huge, despite the negative back lash/reviews. Having to replace the power cord to anything, long before the anything is no longer working, is just backwards. Sigh. But, Apple is laughing all the way to the bank. Should’a bought more Apple Stock LONG AGO! 🙁 And sadly, I must buy another one today.

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  7. Ratings Man

    These are great but not much better then gen1. Only addition is Siri feature. I will rather buy the previous model on discount and Save some green.

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  8. J.G.

    These AirPods are amazing they automatically play audio as soon as you put them in your ears and pause when you take them out. A simple double-tap during music listening will skip forward. To adjust the volume, change the song, make a call, or even get directions, just say “Hey Siri” to activate your favorite personal assistant. Plus, when you’re on a call or talking to Siri, an additional accelerometer works with dual beamforming microphones to filter out background noise and ensure that your voice is transmitted with clarity and consistency.Additionally, they deliver five hours of listening time on a single charge, and they’re made to keep up with you thanks to a charging case that holds multiple additional charges for more than 24 hours of listening time. Just 15 minutes in the case gives you three hours of listening to time or up to two hours of talk time.I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to buy

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  9. Sutorman

    Everyone is posting that there isn’t a difference between these and the 1st gen. This is misleading and inaccurate. Is the improvement drastic, no, but it is still an improvement. The improvement is that Apple has upgraded the on-board chip to the H1, which leads to faster and more stable pairing. This isn’t anecdotal. It’s been tested and proven to be faster.Also, if you opt for wireless charging, buy the case with the gen 2 AirPods and you’ll save a few dollars.If you already have the 1st gen, then it’s probably not worth the upgrade. If you are looking to buy your first pair of AirPods, then go for these.

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  10. M. Cirtain

    I commute into the city with my MacBook Pro in tow, needed a spare charger. A second charger for one of these with the USB cable is something like $80, if you buy it from Apple. Outrageous. For significantly less, I have this little two-in-one wall charger. I had a spare USB-C to USB-C cable that I’m using to connect the Anker wall charger to my MacBook Pro, and it’s totally working, with the mac in use. I have regular screen brightness and a little bit of keyboard backlighting enabled, am running a number of applications and ~50 chrome tabs, and I’ve gone from ~30% charge to 63% charge in a little over an hour. Super pleased to have a working, cheaper alternative. Thanks Anker!

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  11. 🛡️ veracity 🛡️

    Compared to Anker Power Port II, asin B07HN644KC, ( ) with its PD USB-C & Power IQ 2.0 USB-A.The long awaited Power IQ 3.0 is here, but only for USB-C (usb3). USB-A port continues to be Power IQ 2.0. Power IQ 3.0 delivers BOTH PD (Power Delivery) and Quick Charge.Easily verify the correct power profiles are being delivered with MakerHawk ‘spinner’ shaped USB-C USB-A power multimeter [running UM25C software optionally]. {photos forthcoming} asin B07DCTHWPR (here) either with your known profile loads or their respective load tester which is PD QC3 QC2 capable: asin B07HB3XK7L (here).What is Power IQ 2.0 if not encompassing all charging protocols?PIQ2 is normal usb charge, voltage boost, and emulation of QuickCharge 3. That’s it. No support for Oppo SuperVOOC. No support for OnePlus Dash. Power IQ (1.0) does not emulate any version of Quick Charge.* Despite GaNfast claims of thinner and lighter this power brick seem to be similar heft to the prior incarnation. I don’t have a scale for this* Does not include useless cable* No more snazzy retail boxing for big box hangers++ better power conversion efficiency thanks to Navitas Semiconductor [GaNfast power IC]: “delivering 3x higher power density, 40% greater energy savings and 20% lower system costs”++ both Atom PD1 and QC3 from USB-C port( PD1: 5V @ 3A, 9V @ 3A, 15V @ 2A, 20V @ 1.5A )( QC3: >90% efficiency for 2.5A or 4.6A battery charging; using Intelligent Negotiation for Optimum Voltage for anything between 3.2V and 20V at 200mV increments as request by compliant phone )( QC2: 5 volts/2amps, 9V/2A, 12V/1.67A )+ USB-C port offers QC3 via USB-C to USB-A cables+ Prongs unfold as expected. Fiat lux! LED is illuminated and power surges life into thirsty devices.+ as safe if not better than Apple charger for offline MacBook charging (albeit not as many Watts)+ supports Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0, 2.0, and initial.+ slightly more useful than Qualcomm QuickCharge 3.0 (because: Voltage Boost)+ All my devices receive the power they crave (only have PD, USB-C, and QC*)+ offline charging of i9 MacBook Pro- rounded edges prevent table perpendicular standing for photos (no real downside discernible)For 3 more monies absolutely an upgrade from Power Port II{media upload pending}{was my initial review submission flagged for explaining “GanTech” from item description with its proper trade name? or naming patent holder Navitas Semiconductor?}

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  12. Charles Coates

    Something to keep in mind with this particular charger is that the Type C port maxes out at 45W, with 15W leftover for the USB-A port. For a dual port charger it’s quite light, weighing about the same as the older (non-GaN) Powerport Speed 1 even though it’s 2/10 of an inch bigger in height and length.If you’re skittish about adherence to USB-IF standards, none of the newer chargers with PowerIQ, Quickcharge, etc. are compliant. Whereas some of the older like the Anker 60W PowerPort Speed 1 *are* USB-IF certified.Plus, it seems like the average person is unlikely to even notice a difference compared to Power Delivery unless they have a Quickcharge device and they’re staring at it with a stopwatch.Breakdown (Smallest to largest, left to right in group image):Anker 30W [Power IQ 3.0] PowerPort III mini, Power Delivery Type C Charger, Foldable Plug, 063 grams (2.2 oz), 2.0 x 1.7 x 1.1 inches.Anker 60W [Power IQ 3.0 & GaN] PowerPort Atom III, Power Delivery Type C Charger, 130 grams (4.6 oz), 2.4 x 2.3 x 1.1 inches.Anker 60W, PowerPort Speed 1, Power Delivery Type C Charger, 151 grams (5.3 oz), 2.5 x 2.5 x 1.1 inches.Anker 60W [Power IQ 3.0 & GaN] PowerPort Atom III, 45W Power Delivery Type C Port, 15W [PIQ 2.0] USB-A Port, 144 grams (5.1 oz), 2.7 x 2.7 x 1.1 inches.Anker 60W [GaN] PowerPort Atom PD 2, 2-Port Power Delivery Type C Charger, 30W each if both ports active. 180 grams (6.3 oz), 2.7 x 2.7 x 1.1 inches.Anker 60W, PowerPort Speed 1, 5-Port Desktop Charger, 30W Power Delivery Type C, 30W shared 4 USB-A Ports, 327 grams (8.3 oz) with the cord, 4.1 x 3.1 x 1.1 inches.

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  13. Apollo658

    I bought this the day it was released on Amazon and have been very happy so far. This is my first wireless charging station and it’s really cool! I wanted something to clean up all the cords around the house for my Apple Watch, phone, etc and this does the trick. I do have an Otterbox Symmetry case on my phone, but because I have a pop socket on the back, it won’t charge without taking the phone out of the case. I have the same case on my company phone and confirm that it will charge in an Otter Symmetry without a pop socket. My one gripe about this: it features three small white lights to indicate what is charging. If you’re insane about sleeping in the pitch black like I am, it might bug you a little bit. Overall, I’m glad I bought it!

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  14. Bartolo Padalino

    Maybe I just have a defective model but I’ve noticed my watch does not charge. At first I assumed I just wasn’t paying proper attention to the placement. After a few times now making sure everything is just so, it will charge my watch for about 5-10 minutes and Alltogether stop randomly and remains inactive. It’s only happening for the watch port, the phone and AirPods charge effortlessly. I tried to reach out to Belkin but haven’t heard back yet.

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  15. Aggiebeach

    Perfect in every way. I was worried this was going to be another one of those chargers that requires multiple cables to work or wouldn’t fit with my Apple devices. However this charging dock is fantastic. I have an iPhone X, AirPods 2, and Apple Watch series 4… I can finally charge them all in one place and have only one cable/plug for the whole unit.All of my devices immediately start charging when placed in their respective places. Have not had any issues with any of them not charging overnight.If you are looking for a simple charging dock for you Apple devices then look no further. I absolutely love having this by my bed and having such a clean and sleek look.

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  16. Jim Wilde

    Fair warning. This “clear” case, made by Apple, has a bright white ring on the back…NOT what I wanted with my new black iphone. Probably more importantly, the case doesn’t actually rise above the lenses on the 12 Pro, so when you set it down, it actually rocks a bit because the lens is hitting the table surface! Cant believe Apple makes something so expensive that doesnt actually protect the lens. Major fail; am buying a Spigen case from Amazon to take its place.

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  17. Herd

    It fits nice but it’s slippery hard plastic. Really hard to grip so I need to be careful until I get a new case. It lets me show off my Pacific Blue phone but I’m afraid to take it out because it will slip through my fingers at some point.

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  18. Sandra D

    I bought this from apple and will be returning it. The case sides are too smooth to the point I feel as if I am going to drop the phone. It looks great but not great functionality. Over priced even for apple

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  19. Anonymous

    Prodotto arrivato dopo 13 giorni. Il pacco risulta danneggiato come potete vedere nelle foto e il prodotto non è accuratamente sigillato, infatti presenta dei graffi. Ad ogni modo dopo varie prove posso dire che funziona perfettamente e si adatta alle varie opzioni di ricarica a seconda del dispositivo connesso come specificato dal produttore.

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  20. Anonymous

    otimo produto. carrega super rapido. tenho um carregador da Anker e achei este bem menor. A base é muito util e cabe dois telefones um de cada lado.

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  21. Anonymous

    Really good product. Time to retire me BW S6.

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