I've had my iPhone X since launch and it occurred to me that I've only plugged the lightning cable into two or three times; between the wireless chargers at my home, car, and office my phone stays well charged. I run with my phone 4 times a week (including a 2.5 hour long-run on Saturday) and the lowest I've seen the battery get to at the end of the day is in the upper 30% range. So my experience with charging speed and battery depletion have been very positive! My question is for other people who use wireless chargers: A lot of the photos I see of people's chargers are the flat, round disc types. Why do you prefer that instead of an easel-style charger? I have an easel on my nightstand and office desk. You can use them landscape or portrait and they're very convenient for when notifications pop up. I found them on Amazon for $17 and they both work great. Moreover, neither of them get warm or make my phone hot, which is an issue I've seen reported about some other chargers. My car charger cost $25 and it works equally well (meaning it charges quickly and doesn't get hot).