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Yes it would work fine paired with a usb-c to lighting cable, I have an iPhone 11 with the 18 watt brick and it charges pretty fast, but I’m thinking about getting the 20 watt brick for an even faster charge
Carlos castillo
· November 14, 2020
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Yes. It’s authentic and comes in the typical apple packaging. You have to pull a tab in order for the box to open.
Ben
· December 21, 2020
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Yes, this will work great with the iPhone 12 (and above) - Just make sure that you also have the correct cable to connect this to your iPhone.

If you're purchasing this for a replacement to use with your iPhone 12 Pro, then you may have also lost the cable that was bundled in the original box that came with it. If s… see more
Yes, this will work great with the iPhone 12 (and above) - Just make sure that you also have the correct cable to connect this to your iPhone.

If you're purchasing this for a replacement to use with your iPhone 12 Pro, then you may have also lost the cable that was bundled in the original box that came with it. If so, you'll need that (or similar) cable because this charger only has 1 USB-C port and no Lightning ports.

If you need it, you can get that same official Apple USB-C to Lightning cable here:
https://www.amazon.com/Apple-USB-C-Lightning-Cable-2-m/dp/B09BRGK8HX

Or, if you don't want Apple's official cable (or the price is too high), I'd *highly* recommend that you get one that is "MFi Certified". In short, it just means that the product meets certain standards set by Apple (it's part of Apple's licensing program), and should definitely be compatible with your iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch.

There are many cables/adapters out there that are *not* MFi Certified. Many will likely still work fine; they're typically cheaper in price and quality, and can be attractive due to those lower prices,...
However, you run the risk of running into more issues or even ruining your device's charging port or other internal components altogether.

I unfortunately found this out the hard way and bought a cheap, non-MFi certified cable for my iPhone 8 a while back. It worked fine on day one, but just 2 days into it, the cable wouldn't charge or sync. I thought it was just the cable, but it ended up actually fusing-together a few of the metal leads inside the port itself, which destroyed the port on my iPhone...not a fun experience that I'd want to repeat as it was a big pain to get fixed.

So, I'd just stick with MFI Certified products. There's an Amazon Basics USB-C to Lightning cable, which is MFi Certified and inexpensive here:
https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Lightning-Certified-iPhone-Charger/dp/B07XS5CTRJ

Just to note - For the iPad Pro (2018 model or newer I believe) - It has a native USB-C port for charging/syncing, instead of the Lightning type. So you'd just need a straight USB-C to USB-C cable for it to work with this.

MY RECOMMENDATION: Stick with an MFi Certified cable such as the ones I linked above, which will work great with this charger and your iPhone 12 Pro. see less
Yes, this will work great with the iPhone 12 (and above) - Just make sure that you also have the correct cable to connect this to your iPhone.

If you're purchasing this for a replacement to use with your iPhone 12 Pro, then you may have also lost the cable that was bundled in the original box that came with it. If so, you'll need that (or similar) cable because this charger only has 1 USB-C port and no Lightning ports.

If you need it, you can get that same official Apple USB-C to Lightning cable here:
https://www.amazon.com/Apple-USB-C-Lightning-Cable-2-m/dp/B09BRGK8HX

Or, if you don't want Apple's official cable (or the price is too high), I'd *highly* recommend that you get one that is "MFi Certified". In short, it just means that the product meets certain standards set by Apple (it's part of Apple's licensing program), and should definitely be compatible with your iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch.

There are many cables/adapters out there that are *not* MFi Certified. Many will likely still work fine; they're typically cheaper in price and quality, and can be attractive due to those lower prices,...
However, you run the risk of running into more issues or even ruining your device's charging port or other internal components altogether.

I unfortunately found this out the hard way and bought a cheap, non-MFi certified cable for my iPhone 8 a while back. It worked fine on day one, but just 2 days into it, the cable wouldn't charge or sync. I thought it was just the cable, but it ended up actually fusing-together a few of the metal leads inside the port itself, which destroyed the port on my iPhone...not a fun experience that I'd want to repeat as it was a big pain to get fixed.

So, I'd just stick with MFI Certified products. There's an Amazon Basics USB-C to Lightning cable, which is MFi Certified and inexpensive here:
https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Lightning-Certified-iPhone-Charger/dp/B07XS5CTRJ

Just to note - For the iPad Pro (2018 model or newer I believe) - It has a native USB-C port for charging/syncing, instead of the Lightning type. So you'd just need a straight USB-C to USB-C cable for it to work with this.

MY RECOMMENDATION: Stick with an MFi Certified cable such as the ones I linked above, which will work great with this charger and your iPhone 12 Pro.

Cee
· August 20, 2022
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Yes, it will work. You need a usb-C to lighting cable though as it doesn’t take the traditional usb-a cable your XR most likely came with
Brad M
· January 17, 2021
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No. Apple builds tech into their devices and wall bricks to prevent damaging their devices. That being said, older iPhones won’t charge at the full speed this brick allows because their batteries aren’t designed for that. You can use this with any iPhone starting with the iPhone 5, provided you have a USB-C to Lightnin… see more No. Apple builds tech into their devices and wall bricks to prevent damaging their devices. That being said, older iPhones won’t charge at the full speed this brick allows because their batteries aren’t designed for that. You can use this with any iPhone starting with the iPhone 5, provided you have a USB-C to Lightning cable to plug into it. see less No. Apple builds tech into their devices and wall bricks to prevent damaging their devices. That being said, older iPhones won’t charge at the full speed this brick allows because their batteries aren’t designed for that. You can use this with any iPhone starting with the iPhone 5, provided you have a USB-C to Lightning cable to plug into it.
Proteus
· January 16, 2022
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Yes, as long as you have a usb c to lightning cable then it will work perfectly fine
Jonathan
· January 28, 2021
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este es un artículo popular, a veces tomará algún tiempo recibirlo
Tyler
· July 19, 2022
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According to the Apple store, it is compatible with an iPhone SE, Second generation.
DMM83
· July 14, 2021
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Technically yes, but VERY slowly. You’re going to want a higher-wattage wall brick; look up the wattage that came with your MacBook and buy one of those instead.
Proteus
· January 16, 2022
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When the battery is fully charged it will stop charging even if the adaptor is connected.
Ayesha Arif
· December 5, 2020