10 Things Steve Jobs Can Teach Us About apple 18w charger
All that apple goodness on my 18W USB charger? I can’t. It’s too many calories and too much time.
Apple has been doing a lot of really cool stuff with 18W chargers lately, but its still a bit too little too late. In some cases, they’ve been able to do great things, like the Apple Power Bank and the iPhone Backup Power. But if you can’t get them to work, you can always try this.
I recently bought a new 18W charger that works great with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (with a mini USB port) and I’m not disappointed. It looks like a decent charger, but even better is the fact that it has a USB port on the side. This means you can use it to charge your phone directly from a USB stick, not from a wall socket. I also like the fact that it has a power LED on it.
If you want to use the charger to charge a phone directly from a USB stick, you have to set it up as a USB-to-mini-USB adapter. This is what apple does at the bottom of the box. Plug the mini-USB cable into the USB port on the charger and set up the adapter. Plug in the power cable, and you’re good to go.
I love the apple charger because it’s so easy. I’ve been using it to charge my phone, and its also fantastic for charging laptops and other devices with USB ports. I just wish it came with a wall charger so I could use it to charge my phone from my desk.
There are a lot of good USB-to-mini-USB chargers, and apple does it right. This little charger is great for my phone, laptop, and other portable devices. I think the only thing it needs is a light, because I got so excited when I opened it, but I suppose you can always add a light.
Although this is a great case for charging your portable devices (and not your phone or laptop), it is not as convenient for charging your phone. I found that when I plugged my phone into the charger, my phone would charge, but it would also stay dead until I plugged the charger back into my phone. I plugged the charger back into my phone, and it charged. I plugged the charger back into the charger, and it did nothing.
I know this is a common problem, but to be fair, this is not a problem exclusive to Apple. I have had this same problem with Apple products since I started using the charger. I have a couple of phones that do this, and I have a couple of laptops that do this. If you plug the charger into the charger, the phone will stay dead until you plug the charger back into the charger.
I think there are several things that can go wrong with the charger. One of them is the USB port, which is the connection point for charging the phone. If there is a problem with this port, then you may want to move the charger to another port. I have had a couple of chargers that would just stop charging while plugged into the USB port.
If the charger does not have a USB port, you can also have it charge via the microUSB port on the phone.