iClever iPhone 6 charger

I’ve got so many wall chargers in my box of gadget accessories that I don’t even know which ones originally came with which device. Some of them are not powerful enough to keep up with my iPad Air. If I accidentally grab the wrong one, I’m stuck with a trickle charge that won’t even bring me back up to full overnight.

The iClever charger uses smartID technology to identify your device and provide it with the correct amount of juice. With two USB ports, you can charge multiple devices at once without having to fight over who gets the wall socket first.

The device uses special technology that recognizes the type of device that is connected to it and pushes that amount of charge. It has a 24W/4.8A dual USB output, so you can connect two iPad Air tablets in and both will receive maximum chargeability.

There is a blue LED indicator light inside of the plug. So, you can easily find the USB port in the dark. When connected, the light won’t disturb your slumber.

The prongs of the plug fold into itself and the entire accessory is only slightly larger than Apple’s wall charger. It also supports 110-220V input, so it is compatible with many countries around the world.

The iClever wall charger is available in black or white for $13 on Amazon.

  • leart

    oh yeah, iphone 6 near to an ipad on ios 5

    • Admin001

      What tweak is that? makes your phone IOS 6 style?

      • Dan

        As he’s always quick to point out, he’s on iOS 6.

      • leart

        it is on ios 6, is a 4s just downgraded a week before with odysseys ota for windows 🙂

      • Admin001

        Ohhhhhhhh – I didn’t know 😉

  • Slifur

    What do u think guys, is it worth it to update my iphone 4s running ios 7 to ios 8.4? Or should i try to downgrade back to ios 6 first then if i dont like it then i upgrade to ios 8.4? I need your opinion guys! Asap cos im itching to upgrade as F!

  • I have this charger. I can attest of its good quality.

    • Hi

      Hi Seb!

  • Sleetui

    Would rather prefer a charger that auto-stops charging when the device has reached maximum battery level. That will truly help keep your battery in check.

    • Most phones made in the past few years, including iPhones, are made with lithium ion batteries, which are designed to not overcharge. When plugged into a charger, the iPhone will quickly charge to 100 percent and then “trickle charge,” meaning it will lose charge to 99 percent and slowly charge back to 100 percent over and over until you unplug it, according to the Apple support thread on battery life.

      Source: http://www.salon.com/2013/09/05/5_iphone_myths_debunked/

      • Sleetui

        Thank You for the information.

  • M_Hawke

    Looks like a great product. I love my 40W 5-Port High Speed Desktop USB Charger with PowerIQ (smartID) Technology. Yep 40W for quick charge. Runs for $22 on Amazon.