Spigen ArcField MagFit
For about half the price of Apple’s, you will have a wireless charger that will fit perfectly thanks to the MagSafe system on the back of compatible iPhones (i.e. iPhone 12 and 12 Pro, iPhone 13 and 13 Pro, iPhone 14 and 14 Pro, but not even recent iPhone SE), including if they have a MagSafe shell (or the AirPods Pro and 3). The Spigen charger offers a slightly longer cable than the Apple model (1.5m versus 1m), as well as a system that delivers adequate power while monitoring overheating, and charges the iPhone at 7.5W maximum ( against up to 15W for the Apple model). The price of 23.19 euros is also more digestible than the 42.90 € requested by Apple (both are currently on promotion and will be delivered a USB-C power adapter sold separately).
What is MagSafe technology?
Apple introduced MagSafe technology with the iPhone 12 and then equipped all its new smartphones (the iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 ranges) with it, except for the iPhone SE. The back of MagSafe-compatible iPhones is therefore equipped with a series of magnets allowing you to attach accessories such as a card holder or a support, to use a magnetic battery with wireless charging, to place the smartphone on a magnetic support (which can be very practical, for example by car), but also sure to place the phone optimally on a MagSafe wireless charger. The magnets on both devices ensure that the coils of the iPhone and the charger are perfectly compliant (users who have already placed their smartphones on a wireless charger in the evening before finding it with the battery at 0 the next morning due to incorrect placement will prevent recharging will perfectly understand the interest of the MagSafe on this point).
The editor recommends: