You know, I've been thinking this "rant" wasn't as epic as promised. Maybe I wasn't fully caffeinated. Nevertheless, I wanted to deliver the message that Apple's 5-watt wall plug that they currently ship with the iPhone 11, the new iPhone SE, and all previous iPhone models is a complete joke. It's shameful that the best they can do is a teeny tiny weak 5W wall charger. Their newest phones even allow for fast charging, but Apple doesn't ship the wall charger to do the job. Horrible.
Unfortunately, Boosa doesn't like Apple's stupid plug. When trying to fill a 10000mAh power bank, it's best to use a larger plug. Boosa holds alot of power, and as most power banks do, when charging up it will ask for more power than this iPhone plug can provide. You might even feel the wall plug getting hot when trying to provide power to Boosa.
So, if you're wanting to charge up Boosa fast and full, we recommend a wall adapter with a minimum of 12 watts. We happen to sell one - Boosa Plugsey Wall Charger - which contains two 12W ports for just $16 (ignore what I say in this outdated video - WE DO SELL A PLUG NOW. Yay!). Apple's 12W iPad wall plug works great, too. Or, if you don't want to buy from Boosa, just be sure to acquire a wall adapter that provides at least 12W of power.
Just say NO to flaccid 5W wall plugs!
Air travel has become an integral part of our lives, and as technology advances, so does our reliance on electronic devices. Whether you're a frequent flyer or an occasional traveler, one common concern is whether you can bring a portable charger on a plane. In this blog post, we'll explore the guidelines and regulations surrounding the use of portable chargers during air travel to ensure a smooth and hassle-free journey.