Apple is no longer shipping a charger and a cable with the iPhones. Even if you have an older stock charger, the odds are that the 5W charger is not enough to juice up your new iPhone fast and quick. Thankfully, there are plenty of third-party chargers and adapters designed to fuel your iPhone 13 Pro in no time.
The present iPhone 13 Pro maxes out at 20W on wired charging and 15W via MagSafe charging. Hence, it makes sense to get a charger that will provide the needed 20W.
Here are our top recommendations for the best iPhone 13 Pro chargers and wall adapters. But first,
The Coreykin wall charger is a USB-C Power Delivery compatible charger that can provide power up to 20W, proving adequate to the iPhone 13 Pro. It is MFi-certified and is easily recognizable by the iPhone. But perhaps the best part is that this charger is affordable and won't burn a hole in your pocket.
The wall adapter has a USB-C port and ships with a USB-C to lightning cable. Since it's a USB-C PD device, you can also charge other phones with it. For now, this charger delivers power at 5V/3A, 9V/2A, 9V/2.22A or 12V/1.5A.
So far, this affordable charger for the iPhone 13 Pro has attracted many positive reviews. Users like it for its fast charging speed and its super affordable price tag.
Another affordable charger is the Romitaz Fast Charger. As suggestive of its name, it's a fast charger and can charge up to 3 times faster than the old 5W charger. Like the one above, it's a 20W charger, and once plugged in, you should have a fully charged iPhone in less than an hour.
It doesn't get hot, and as per one of the users, the Romitaz wall charger can get your phone from you a 0 to 50% charge in around 30 minutes. At the same time, it's small and compact, which makes it easy to take it along during your travels.
The company ships a 6-ft long USB-C to Lightning cable with the charger. The reception on this charger has been great. So far, people have appreciated its performance and low price tag.
Another small and compact charger for the iPhone 13 Pro is the PowerPort III by Anker. This one is also a 20W charger, and as per Anker, it can charge the iPhone 13 to 50% in around 25 minutes. This Anker charger is different from the rest because it's based on the in-house PowerIQ 3.0 technology.
The PowerIQ 3.0 tech is designed to fuel phones optimally. It's small and compact, and the folding pins make it easy to carry on laptop bags or backpacks easily.
Though it costs a little more than the chargers above, Anker doesn't ship any power cord with this wall charger. You will have to buy a separate USB-C to Lightning cable to complete the circle. And if you do not already have a compatible cord, your costs will add up.
If you have to power your iPhone 13 Pro and your MacBook Air (or Pro), the Tecknet GaN charger will be your perfect pick. This one is expensive than the ones above, but you get the dual advantage of charging both your laptop and phone. Besides that, GaN chargers are comparatively smaller and lighter than conventional silicone chargers. It has three ports, and both the USB-C ports can deliver 65W of power.
The power segregation is clever. If both the PD ports are utilized, you will get 18W and 45W. Using all the 3 ports will get you 45W on the first port, whereas the remaining 18W will be split between the last two ports.
That said, the Tecknet charger doesn't perform its best when all three ports are used up. However, the two USB-C ports work like a charm.
Again, the company doesn't ship a charging cable with this one, and you will need to buy one (or two).
Who said chargers have to be wired? If you want to get the most out of your iPhone 13 Pro (and do not mind spending few big bucks), then you should have a look at the Belkin wireless charger. This wireless MagSafe charger can provide power up to 15W for your iPhone. On the other hand, the second charging pad can be used to fuel wireless earphones and the likes.
The stand is compact, and the odds are that it won't take much space on your work desk. At the same time, it looks chic, all thanks to the combination of a metallic stand and a colored base. The best part is that you can charge the phone in both horizontal and vertical positions. However, the magnet is not the strongest, and at times, the devices may slide off the charger.
Quite naturally, you will need a MagSafe compatible case for your iPhone 13 Pro.
Also on Guiding Tech
Bring In the Bolt
Phone chargers were part of the whole package not long ago, and you didn't need to buy a separate charger and cable. Unfortunately, things have changed now and not only do you need to buy a charge and a cable.
If you simply want to charge your iPhone, a single port charger will do just fine. However, if you are looking to juice up multiple devices at the same time, then a multiport GaN charger makes more sense.
The above article may contain affiliate links which help support Guiding Tech. However, it does not affect our editorial integrity. The content remains unbiased and authentic.