So I recently got the iPhone 8 and would like to buy a Qi charging pad for my desk at work. I’m not wild about shelling out $60 for this so I’ve been looking on Amazon. The Anker one people have been recommending here appears to no longer be available from Amazon anymore so I was looking at this one from RAVPower. It’s $15 but doesn’t come with a wall plug so I’d need to buy one. I think I need a QC 3.0 wall adaptor to get the faster charging speed whenever Apple enables the feature with a software update later this year. I found this one from Anker that looks good. Total cost for the two of them is $31, about half the price I would pay to Apple. Then I notice that RAVPower is also selling this other charger that is “for iPhone 8/X” that comes with an adaptor and is $50. That’s getting pretty close to the price of the Apple-endorsed chargers (and I’d rather pay the extra $10 to buy the one from Apple at that point). So I have a few questions: Is there any reason to pick the “for iPhone” charger over the more generic $15 charger? I’m trying to figure out if this is like RAM for iMacs where there is an “iMac Certified” version that is just the same RAM but costs more because it has been “tested on an iMac” and they know Apple buyers will pay the premium. If there is no difference between the generic and the “for iPhone”, I’d take the generic. If I pick the generic charger, will it be able to charge at the full 7.5W after the software update later this year? I know the pad is fast charge up to 10W. But, will it be able to deliver the lower 7.5W to my iPhone? Or is the power draw controlled by the phone? I’m trying to figure out if the pad is only 5W slow/10W fast and nothing in between or if it is a continuous range of deliverable power. Not exactly sure how the technology works and if it’s the pad or the phone that controls the rate of power delivery. Are there any other good Qi pads you would recommend that I might not have looked at? Thanks in advance!