Elevation Lab, a company known for its range of popular docks and stands for Apple devices, today announced the launch of its latest iPhone dock, the CordDock.

The CordDock aims to combine the benefits of charging via a cord with the benefits of a dock, allowing the iPhone plugged into the cord dock to be picked up and used while charging if desired.

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Elevation Lab designed the CordDock with the same grippy NanoPad micro air-suction used in the ElevationDock 4, so your iPhone can be picked up and detached from the dock one-handed while it's still plugged in. When picking up the iPhone to use it, there's no need to unplug the cord -- the CordDock makes it so you can continue to charge even if you need to send a message, read an email, or play a game.


To use the CordDock, which has a slim footprint with a braided Lightning cable and two adjustable wheels at the back, you simply need to rotate the iPhone forward to keep the cord plugged in. Two spring-loaded ball detents keep the cord in position during standard dock charging, and release the cord when force is applied to undock the iPhone. To undock entirely, pull up on the phone as you would with any dock.

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The CordDock can fit iPhone cases up to 4mm thick, which Elevation Lab says should work with everything besides the thick OtterBox cases. This is not a wireless charging device, which is an option with the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, but is instead designed for customers who prefer to use wired charging but need more versatility than a dock can traditionally provide.

CordDock is available for purchase from the Elevation Lab website for $39 starting today.

Top Rated Comments

brand Avatar
80 months ago
Surprised that companies are still making charging perhipherals with cords even after we’ve now got Qi charging on all current iPhones.
Surprised that people still don't understand that Qi does not work when you need to use the device and are holding it.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
MacFan23 Avatar
80 months ago
One of those "obvious" great ideas. Kudos to them!
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jclo Avatar
80 months ago
Surprised that companies are still making charging perhipherals with cords even after we’ve now got Qi charging on all current iPhones.
Charging via cord is also still faster.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Corrode Avatar
80 months ago
Surprised that companies are still making charging perhipherals with cords even after we’ve now got Qi charging on all current iPhones.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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