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Review: RAVPower HyperAir 7.5-Watt Wireless Chargers

We're starting to see more 7.5-watt wireless chargers hitting the market, and RAVPower is another popular charging accessory manufacturer that's getting into the mix. RAVPower's previous Fast Wireless Charger has been one of my favorite chargers for the iPhone X, but the company has also been working on improvements leading to a recently launched series of chargers under "HyperAir" branding. The lineup includes flat charging bases, a charging stand, and even a power bank that can wirelessly charge your iPhone. RAVPower promotes its new HyperAir accessories as supporting both 7.5-watt iPhone and 10-watt Android charging with optimal efficiency, using intelligent temperature monitoring and improved heat dissipation to maintain charging speeds for longer periods of time. RAVPower notes that the iPhone uses a narrow fixed frequency for its wireless charging, and HyperAir chargers are optimized to match that frequency for fast charging. Upon placing an iPhone on a HyperAir charger, the charger quickly identifies the device and optimizes its charging profile, allowing for a complete charge in two and a half to three hours. I've been testing three different types of chargers from the HyperAir lineup, and I've come away impressed with several of them. I'm always on the lookout for stand-style chargers, and the new HyperAir stand is a good one. It has an unobtrusive black finish but with a little bit more style than Anker's stands, with rear and bottom supports that appear distinct from the main body, and it's completely silent with no integrated fan. The lack of active

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Best Wireless Chargers for iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus

With the release of the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus, Apple now supports Qi-based wireless inductive charging on its latest phones, and that means charging pads have quickly become popular accessories for iPhone owners. Apple's favored partners for wireless charging pads are Belkin and mophie, and Apple is carrying a $60 charger from each company in its own online and retail stores. But there are lots of other options available on the market, and we've had a chance to try out a number of them, so we're rounding them up in this guide which we'll continue to update going forward.

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Deals Reminder: MacRumors Exclusive Twelve South and RAVPower Sales End Friday

A few weeks ago, MacRumors shared news of exclusive sale partnerships with Twelve South and RAVPower, both of which will be ending this Friday, June 15. Each sale offers savings on useful Apple accessories, including desk organization products from Twelve South and charging devices from RAVPower. As a friendly reminder we'll briefly recap the sales below, so be sure to check all of the items discounted with our exclusive promo codes and then place your orders before the end of June 15. Our collaboration with well-known accessory company Twelve South allows you to enter the promo code MacRumorsSetups to get 20 percent discounts on five items that are aimed at decluttering your Mac workspace. We launched the sale in conjunction with Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference last week so that developers can save a little money on upgrading their desk, but of course any of our readers can use the code if interested. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with RavPower. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running. Head to our full post on the sale for more information on shipping and item descriptions, then check out the Twelve South products discounted below: BackPack - $27.99, down from $34.99 BookArc - $39.99, down from $49.99 Curve - $39.99, down from $49.99 BookBook Vol. 2 - $63.99, down from $79.99 HiRise 2 (Non-Deluxe and Deluxe) - Non-Deluxe for $31.99, down from $39.99; Deluxe for $47.99, down from $59.99 In our other exclusive sale, RAVPower offers a collection of exclusive promo codes

MacRumors Exclusive Sale: Power Your Apple Devices With RavPower's Portable Batteries, Qi Mats, Cables, and More

Our next exclusive partner sale is debuting this week, and it allows our readers the chance to save on nine Apple accessories from well-known company RavPower. The products on sale focus on power delivery for your Apple devices, with Qi mats, Lightning cables, portable battery packs, and more available at a discount. All of RavPower's products included in the sale are on Amazon, so if you're interested in any of the accessories simply add one to your cart, proceed to the checkout screen, enter the relevant promo code into the Gift cards & promotional codes field, and then click "Apply." As usual, Amazon Prime customers can get free two-day shipping on all orders. In the list below you'll find every RavPower product offered in the sale, all of which will remain active through 11:59 p.m. PT on June 15, 2018. Note that only one code can be used per order, so if you'd like to order more than one type of item, you'll need to place separate orders. Prices listed below also exclude additional taxes. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with RavPower. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running. 7.5W Fast Wireless Charging Pad - $25.99 with code RUMORSPC034, down from $39.99 7.5W Fast Wireless Charging Stand - $35.99 with code RUMORSPC069, down from $45.99 60W 5-Port USB Power Delivery Charger - $29.99 with code RUMORSPC059, down from $39.99 Dual USB Car Charger with 3ft Lightning to USB Cable - $8.99 with code RUMORSPC025, down from $11.99 9,000 mAh External Battery Pack with Built-in iPhone