iPhone 13 Pro Max 27w Charger

So as discovered by a few tech reviewers the new iPhone (Pro Max at least) supports up to 27w charging (9v 3a). I'm looking to capitalise on this capability with my new phone but am unable to find many options for wall chargers at a decent price over 20w.

The only option I have found thus far is the Anker 30w adapter on amazon for $33 but I feel like it should be possible to get something equivalent for a lot less.

Any suggestions welcomed.

Comments

  • ebay should have 9v 3a chargers.

    50w even for $10-20. May not be completely iphone compliant, but should work.

    i use my macbook's charger.

  • +10

    Anker 30w adapter on amazon for $33 but I feel like it should be possible to get something equivalent for a lot less.

    Don't cheap out for a bloody $2,000 device… Get the reliable Anker.

  • +4

    you have an iphone 13 pro max but don't want to pay $33 for a charger?

    • Well considering the Apple 20w one is less it just seems unnecessary. Also hoping to get something with multiple ports such as 1xusbc and 1x usba, but these don’t seem to offer over 20w on the pd port generally.

    • Thanks this looks like a good option

    • You gotta pay for that certificated

  • +1

    iPhone 13 Pro Max 27w Charger

    Yep buy the cheapest possible charger, I suggest wish.com

  • https://www.amazon.com.au/Anker-PowerPort-Delivery-Foldable-...

    I have one of these, works great and not too large like some cheaper ones.

  • +4

    Crazy how you're cheaping out on chargers on such an expensive device.

  • wait until you end up at the genius bar with fried internals and you telling staff "i dont know what happened" before they take it out the back for a diagnostic

    Only buy apple or certified for a phone of this value

  • Thanks all for the advice. Going to grab the Anker.

    • -2

      You spent 2k on a phone but dont wanna spend $33 for a charger? hahahahahahaha you'd pay triple if it was Apple's

      • No. Theres plenty of reputable 20w chargers for ~$10 delivered so why should I need to spend $33 on a 30w with a single port?