After all these years, Apple finally decided to step up its charging game in 2017. The iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus all support wireless charging and fast charging. The only problem, of course, is that they don’t come with a wireless charger or a fast charger. We’ve recommended plenty of wireless chargers over the past couple weeks (this is our favorite premium wireless charger, and this is a great low-cost option) and now it’s time to cover fast charging. You can get a 29W wall adapter and a USB-C to Lightning cable from Apple for $74 total, or you can pick up a UGREEN USB Type-C 30W Wall Charger instead of the Apple adapter and you’ll pay about half that amount in total. Your call.

Here are some notes from the product page:

  • MAX 30W Output PD Charging: UGREEN Type C Charger is equipped with advanced PD(Power Delivery) technology and provides 30W max power output fast charging. Output: 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 15V/2A or 20V/1.5A.
  • Charging Safe with Reliable Protection: With overvoltage, undervoltage, overheated, overcurrent and short circuit protection, this USB Type C PD Charger ensures safe charging with sophisticated circuit design.
  • Great Compatibility with PD supported Devices: This USB C Charger works for New 2017 Nintendo Switch, iPhone 8, 2015 Apple Macbook 12 inch, Google Chromebook Pixel 2015, Nexus 6P 5X, Google Pixel 2 /Google Pixel 2 XL, Samsung Galaxy S8/S8 Plus, Microsoft Lumia 950/950 XL, Moto Z, One Plus 2 Cell Phone. Important Note: For Nintendo Switch, please use the charger to charge the console directly. Through using the dock is NOT supported.
  • Portable and Compact: With compact and tiny size, it fits in the palm of your hand, lightweight and easily portable for travel use.
  • Manufacturer Warranty: UGREEN USB C Wall Charger is backed with 18 months warranty and lifetime customer service support.

Article updated to remove incompatible cable.

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