If you are in the market for the new iPhone 12 Pro series, it is well known that you are looking for chargers. For the unconscious, Apple has taken over the charging adapter from its latest flagship range. All four iPhone 12 models come without a charger. However, you do get a USB-C to Lightning cable. However, it is known that you also need a USB-C charger to do this. We’ve put it all together for you as we have compiled a list of the best iPhone 12 fast chargers. These are some of the best deals out there, and most of them are not from Apple but from third-party brands like Aukey, RAVPower, Belkin, and others.
The small 30 W charging adapter from Aukey has two ports – USB A and USB C. The 18 W Power Delivery 3.0 port can charge your phone and also charge other Android devices as well as the Nintendo Switch.
The Anker Nano 20W charging adapter is also one of the smallest of its kind on the list. It’s supposed to be 3x faster than the 5W charger that Apple bundled with iPhones in the past up until last year. Android devices, iPads and wearables can also be charged.
This RAVPower component has a USB type A port and a USB type C port and offers a combined power of 30 W. The USB type C port supports Power Delivery 3.0 and can power the battery of the iPhone 12 in Quickly half charge in just 30 minutes. It has a foldable connector.
Anker’s 30W 2-Port Fast Charger is pocket-friendly in terms of both size and pricing. The USB Type-C power port has a maximum output of 18W, which means the iPhone 12 won’t charge quickly. However, the power of 18 W is sufficient to fill the battery at a considerable rate.
Starting from the cheapest option, the Aukey Omnia Mini is a tiny 20W charger that is a dream for mobility. It also supports USB Power Delivery 3.0, which means it’s good enough to juice an iPad Pro, while Quick Charge certification ensures it works well with Android devices too.
Just like the RAVPower adapter mentioned above, the AUKEY Omnia 65W 2-port fast charger also uses GaN technology. And even when both ports are used, the Type-C USB socket can deliver 45W of power. This means the iPhone 12 series can be charged quickly and your laptop and tablets can be juiced with ease.
Another charger on this list that uses GaN technology is the Belkin 30W USB-C charger. It can charge iPhone 8 or later models up to 50% in just 30 minutes, while the MacBook Air’s battery can be juiced up to halfway in 70 minutes.
The RAVPower 61W PD fast charger uses the more efficient GaN (gallium nitride) technology instead of silicon. It has a single USB-C port, but it can be used to charge the battery in your iPhone 12 series device, as well as a variety of other devices such as iPads, laptops, and Android phones.
Apple’s new 20W Type-C USB charger costs less than the 18W power brick the company has been selling separately for some time. With an output of 20 W, it meets the criteria for fast charging of the iPhone 12 series and can also be used to charge the battery of the iPad Pro.
Our favorite is the Aukey Swift 30W USB C charger with 2 ports for the iPhone. It is perhaps one of the best iPhone 12 quick chargers out there. You get an 18 W Power Delivery 3.0 port and a 12 W USB port. This charger supports the simultaneous charging of two devices and a total power of 30 W. Therefore, you can charge your iPhone and another device at the same time. It works with most USB-C and USB devices. The charger has a minimal form factor and a foldable plug ensures maximum portability wherever you go. In addition, the built-in safeguards protect your iPhone 12 Pro devices from excessive power, overheating, and overcharging. You should definitely choose this one!
As a second choice, we choose the Belkin USB PD GaN Charger 30W as one of the best iPhone 12 quick chargers. It is equipped with next-generation gallium nitride (GaN) technology, which enables high-performance charging in a lightweight, compact design. It is claimed that you can charge your MacBook Air to 50 percent in 70 minutes. In addition, it only takes 37 minutes to charge your iPhone 8, up to 50 percent. It can also charge your iPad Pro to 50 percent in less than 60 minutes.
I’ve been in the tech industry since 2014 when I created my first blog. I worked with Digit, one of the largest tech publications in India. I am now working as a news editor at Pocketnow, where I get paid to write about cutting-edge technology. You can contact me at [email protected]