Amazon is now selling Apple’s own 20W USB-C charger for just $15.99. Considering that there’s no charger in the iPhone box, this is one product that you probably need – and it’s great to see it available at a discount.
Amazon would normally sell the Apple 20W USB-C charger for around $19, so this deal is worth a cool 16%. What’s more, Amazon won’t make you do any of the usual work that can sometimes be associated with these kinds of deals. Just place the order and wait for your new Apple 20W USB-C charger to arrive.
Note that Amazon hasn’t said when this deal will end and you’ll get fast, free shipping if you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber. Make sure to order your Apple 20W USB-C charger today if you want to get it tomorrow and save some cash in the process.
Buy: Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter from Amazon: $15.99 | Original price: $19
The Apple 20W USB‑C Power Adapter offers fast charging at home, in the office, or on the go.
While the power adapter is compatible with any USB‑C-enabled device, Apple recommends pairing it with the iPad Pro and iPad Air for optimal charging performance.
At the time of writing, the Apple 20W USB-C charger has more than 174,000 reviews on Amazon which might tell you something about how many people bought iPhones with no way to charge them. The combined rating of 4.8 stars out of a possible five also tells you that this is one popular charger.
Note that this charger can also be used to power other things, not just iPhones. It’ll work with the iPad, Apple Watch, and AirPods just fine and you can power plenty of other things so long as they don’t need more than 20W of power, too.
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