One of the things I love about the Anker PowerCore 10000 Redux is that it is the smallest and lightest 10000mAh powerbank I've come across, and yet has enough power to recharge an iPhone more than twice.
The build quality is excellent, it feels light and compact in the hand, and is yet durable enough to put up with, well, me.
While I think that USB-C charging is the best way to charge an iPhone, wireless charging is a good way to recharge the iPhone at night, or when it's sitting on your desk.
The PowerWave 7.5 Pad features WaveBoost technology, which makes use of advanced components and a state-of-the-art cooling system to charge up to 30 percent faster than other wireless chargers. The silent cooling fan not only keeps the charger cool, but also allows the charger to keep charging at the fastest speed possible.
Charge times are also pretty good. While many wireless chargers take 4.3 hours to recharge the iPhone X, the PowerWave chargers cut that to 3.1 hours (the supplied wired charger takes around 3.2 hours), and it can recharge a Samsung Galaxy S8 in 2.6 hours (the supplied wireless charger takes around 3 hours).
Without a doubt the Omni 20 USB-C is the best, most fully-featured power bank that I've every used. Think of this not as a power bank, but a $200 computer-controlled USB charging station.
To go along with Apple USB-C-to-Lightning cable, you need a charger capable of supporting Power Delivery.
If you have a lot of devices to charge, you need a charger with plenty of outputs, and the Anker PowerPort+ 5 is the perfect charger.
Not only does it have four 2.4A USB-A ports and a single USB-C Power Delivery port that's capable of charging the newer USB-C-equipped MacBooks and MacBook Pros, as well as the new iPhones (with a compatible USB-C-to-Lightning cable).
Want the convenience of portable wireless charging? Look no further than the iOttie iON Wireless Fast Charging Pad Plus.
I like this charging pad a lot. It's small, lightweight, smart, but it also features a nice fabric coating that prevents your device getting scratched or slipping.
While I don't like the Apple Smart Battery Case for a variety of reasons, it's a great way to expand the battery capacity of your iPhone to give you more battery life.
Once you get used to the speed of USB-C charging, you'll want it everywhere. That will mean not only needing more USB-C-to-Lightning cables, but also chargers. And one place you'll need one is the car.
Not only can this charger be used to charge USB-C smartphones, but it will also charge bigger devices, such as the newer MacBooks.
What's the point in investing in a new slim and sleek iPhone if you need to carry around a bulky power bank to keep it going?
The IonSlim10K USB-C Portable Battery has two outputs -- USB-A and USB-C that supports Power Delivery -- and a 10,300mAh battery capacity that can also be used to recharge your USB-C MacBook.
No one has the time to wait ages for an iPhone to charge up using a regular USB charger. You need to switch to USB-C to get a 0 to 50 percent charge in 30 minutes.
As much as I hate paying $19 for a cable -- $35 if I wanted to supersize up to the 2-meter version -- Apple's USB-C-to-Lightning fast charge cable really is the best way to charge up a new iPhone.
Note that there are no third-party USB-C-to-Lightning cables that support fast charge(no matter what the Amazon or eBay listing says) ... yet!
The Choetech 19 Watt solar charger is a folding three-panel system that's capable of charging speed up to 2.4 Amps per port or 3 Amps total when both USB ports are used and the panel is in direct sunlight.