About wireless charging

Even though all new iPhones and many Android smartphones support wireless charging, they rarely ever come with a wireless charging pad. That means you have to buy a wireless charger to take advantage of the feature, which is probably why you're here, looking for recommendations for the best wireless charging options.  

You've come to the right place because we've tested a lot of wireless chargers, including Apple MagSafe wireless chargers as well as two- and three-in-one wireless charging docks and stations designed to charge multiple devices at the same time, including your Apple Watch and Apple's AirPods and AirPods Pro (or any earbuds with a wireless charging case). We've even got some picks for the best portable wireless chargers and best wireless phone chargers for cars. 

Note that all the wireless chargers on this list use Qi wireless charging technology. However, some also support Apple MagSafe magnetic wireless charging, though only certain MagSafe compatible wireless chargers are official Apple-certified MagSafe chargers that allow you to get the maximum 15-watt charging speed for iPhones.