iPhone XS Max + Cover on Logitech Wireless Charger

malu05a

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Oct 15, 2015
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There were quite a few negative reviews for the Logitech wireless charging stand on the Apple Store as people complained that it would not work with a case attached.

For anyone considering buying one, here is a little confirmation that it does in fact work with a cover (in this case the Apple Leather Case).



And just a little confirmation that is obviously doesnt work with the Apple Watch
 
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Sparxxx

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Jul 29, 2009
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Yep... have the same charger since 1 week wit a Apple Silicone case and it works without issues.
Just switched to a RhinoShield Bumper 2 days ago and it's also working perfectly.
 

ATC

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I can confirm that this charger works great with many cases. I have 3 different cases for the XR (Spigen, Ringke and another) and the XR charges great with all of them on.
 
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csurfr

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I actually really want this charger. For you owners: Does it charge in landscape and portrait? I want to ditch my Mophie pad badly.

Edit: disregard. I watched the video.
 

ATC

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^^^
I highly recommend it. I know there are many cheaper options these days for wireless chargers but this one looks and feels like it was made by Apple. It's dead silent, no fans like some others out there, my XR charges fairly fast on it too. I've come to really like the dim white LED which stays on while the phone is on the stand. Well worth it IMO.
 

jimmy_uk

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My question is how secure does you iphone max feel on this stand? Being that's there's no lip or rubber base to stop the phone from potentially "slipping" out.

I'm interested most in this stand as it can accommodate the Max and has sides on it to hopefully stop side knocks throwing phone off stand. But I'm surprised by the design having no cushioning to the stop slippage or scratches on base. And the fact that there's a hole/slit instead for the speaker? Does the hole/slit cause the phone to fall into it slightly to hold phone on base?

Also hoping for a black version.
 
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