Recently, I acquired a brand-new iPhone X and couldn’t wait to experience its wireless charging feature. Over the years, I’ve had my fair share of charging cables that inevitably ended up damaged. So, I set out on a quest to find a wireless charger that wouldn’t disappoint.
My search led me to Meadowhall, where I visited several shops in search of the perfect wireless charger. However, I was rather disheartened to find that the prices ranged from £40 to £50, which was more than I was willing to spend.
Back at home, I decided to unwind and catch up on my social media. Upon logging into Facebook, I stumbled upon a Groupon advertisement for the Apachie Wireless Charger. It was almost eerie how Facebook knew precisely what I was looking for! Without a second thought, I ordered two chargers—one for home and another for work.
The ordering process was smooth and efficient, taking only a few minutes to complete. I received an email confirmation indicating that the chargers would arrive within 28 days. To my pleasant surprise, just four days later, another email informed me that my chargers were already on their way, and they arrived the following day.
As I unboxed the package, I discovered a round white charging pad and its accompanying cable. At first glance, the charger seemed rather cheap and plasticky. However, after using it for a few days, I realised that my initial impressions were somewhat harsh.
The Apachie Wireless Charger turned out to be an excellent device, doing precisely what I needed it to do. Though I found that it takes a bit longer to charge my phone compared to a direct cable, this wasn’t a significant concern. Now, I naturally place my phone on the pad whenever it’s not in use, ensuring that it’s always charged.
This wireless charger comes with a small blue status light that’s visible when it’s on and functioning. I also discovered that I can place my phone on the pad at any angle, and it still works seamlessly.