I wouldn't be surprised, if Apple's own charger is the only one that will get noticeably improved speed charging.
I have one of the more expensive RAVPower ($50) Qi chargers.Nice built but I've noticed
1) It is profoundly positional if you want it to keep charging
2) With Coconut battery watching my iPhone X charging rate, it was charging at <4 watts, closer to 3 for most of the time I watched, vs almost 5 watts when plugged in and this is WITH the 11.2 beta..Profoundly disappointing.
Coconut is not an iOS app or Windows app.Ummm...coconut battery?
I don't see Coconut Battery in the app store or a windows version
Yes it supports.... I've tried it with Android Fast Wireless Chargers (10W) and it does support it. I will later try to update it and try it again with the 11.2 iOS.
This post make zero sense. You are saying you tried it and it works but in the next sentence you stated you that you haven't updated to 11.2 yet. If you have updated to 11.2 yet, you are not getting fast wireless charging.Yes it supports.... I've tried it with Android Fast Wireless Chargers (10W) and it does support it. I will later try to update it and try it again with the 11.2 iOS.
Coconut Battery isn't on the Mac App Store. Only here: http://www.coconut-flavour.com/coconutbattery/Mac App Store