Whenever I’m in a rush to charge my iPhone’s battery up, it’s not uncommon for me to frequently check the charge level as it sits on my wireless charger. I would assume this curiously-driven urge stems from the fact that the iPhone doesn’t make any effort to let me know when it’s fully charged.
If you’re in the same or a similar boat, then you might have something to gain from trying a new and free jailbreak tweak dubbed Total Charge Tones by iOS developer ljinc.
My iPhone's battery often finds itself scrambling to catch a charge before I leave for the day, whether it’s an all-day outing or a short trip to the grocery store. In any case, it would be helpful if my iPhone could charge faster than it already does out of the box, and it’s axiomatic that most iPhone users would agree.
On stock devices, users could enable Low Power Mode while charging to juice up their handset’s battery faster, but if you’re jailbroken, then you can take advantage of a far more effective solution that comes in a form of a new and free jailbreak tweak dubbed PowerUp by iOS developers Kurrt and Squiddy.
All models of Apple's recently refreshed 13-inch MacBook Pro notebook ship with a 61-watt USB-C power adapter, but only higher-end configurations are able to draw power from Apple's 87W adapter that shipped with the previous-generation 15-inch MacBook Pro.
Satechi makes versatile chargers and their latest arrival is no exception. Rated at 108 watts of power, it supports USB-C Power Delivery and is their most robust on-the-go charger to date.
Accessory maker Satechi today at CES 2020 unveiled a new multi-device wireless charger.
Apple's new 16-inch MacBook Pro, available starting today, ships with a 96-watt USB-C power adapter in the box to power the notebook's bigger battery, rated at a hundred watt-hours.
Chargeasap, a Sydney, Australia startup, recently launched their smart charging solution on Kickstarter. I’ve had a chance to spend some quality hands-on time with it ahead of launch.