Get a RAVPower Charger for Your New iPhone 13

Back in 2020, Apple announced that the iPhone 12 wouldn’t ship with a charger or earbuds.  The company made this move because of environmental concerns and in an effort to reduce package waste. Every iPhone 12 came with a Lightning-to-USB-C cable, but that was pretty much it. And not much has changed since.

On September 14th, 2021, Apple introduced the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The phone pushes the boundaries of what’s possible in a smartphone. It features the most advanced pro camera system, A15 Bionic (a super fast chip), an advanced 5G experience, and Super Retina XDR display.

The phone has been redesigned inside and out and features a refresh rate of up to 120Hz, which means its touchscreen is faster and more responsive. Its powerful camera system has three different types of cameras that capture awesome photos and videos. 

No question about it, the iPhone 13 is a great phone. But just like the iPhone 12, it’s shipped without a charger or earbuds. You’ll have to get them separately. But you’re in the right place because you can get a powerful RAVPower charger for iPhone 13. You can also get a RAVPower charger if you lost your iPhone’s original charger.

The Best RAVPower Charger for iPhone 13

MFi Certified 30W 2-Port PD Fast Charger: RP-PC144

This RAVPower PD Pioneer Wall Charger is faster than Apple’s 5W charger and most wired chargers. Apple’s 5W charger doesn’t support fast charging, so if you want to power your phone fast, you need an 18W charger or better, and this one outputs a massive 30 watts! It has 2 ports: a 20W USB-C port and a 10W USB-A port.

The charger has fast-charging capabilities and juices up an iPhone 13 via the USB-C port. Your phone will go from 0 to 50% in just 30 minutes! RAVPower ships it with an MFi Certified Cable. You can use the cable to fast-charge your iPhone 13 or to sync data between devices at full speed.

The RAVPower PD Pioneer Wall Charger is compatible with a majority of USB-C smartphones, tablets, and gaming controllers. It also contains in-built safety features to protect your phone against overvoltage, overheating, and short-circuiting.

65W GaN Tech 2-Port USB-C Fast Charger: RP-PC145

If you’ve owned an iPhone for some time, you know that the 5W adapter takes forever to charge a phone. Can you imagine how long it would take to charge an iPhone 13? But the RAVPower GaN Charger steps up to the plate and offers powerful and safe fast charging. It can fully power your phone in half the time you’re used to.

This RAVPower GaN Charger provides super-fast charging speeds to almost any mobile device. It fully charges a MacBook Pro in only 2 hours. Its two USB-C outputs can simultaneously charge your iPhone 13 (at 20W) and MacBook Air (at 45W).

Carry it everywhere you go and you’ll never go offline. You’ll love the fact that it’s smaller than most chargers, hence portable. Gallium nitride (GaN) technology allows it to produce more power and less heat. RAVPower ships it with a USB-C to C cable for fast charging your devices.

20W USB C PD Wall Charger: RP-PC150 (2 Pack)

iPhones have supported fast charging for a long time. Most older iPhones can be charged with an iPad adapter (12W). And when the iPhone 8 was released back in 2017, it supported USB Power Delivery (PD). iPhones that support PD fast charging can charge at up to 22W. The difference in charging time is usually negligible if an adapter exceeds 18W, so the 20W RAVPower PD Pioneer Wall Charger is an excellent RAVPower Charger for iPhone 13.

The charger is built for the latest iPhone models. It will power your phone to half full in just 30 minutes. It is compact like Apple’s 5W charger but offers better charging speeds. It supports fast-charging standards like QC3.0 and USB PD 3.0 and is compatible with many USB-C mobile devices.

Its safety features and fireproof material safeguard your devices against overheating, overvoltage, excessive current, and short-circuiting. And the best part is RAVPower packs 2 chargers in a box.

65W 4-Port GaN Tech USB-C Desktop Charger: RP-PC136

Most phones can charge very fast, but the chargers they come with don’t support fast charging, that’s if a charger is supplied at all. Many iPhone users still use the old 5W chargers which are incredibly slow. If you’ve just bought the new iPhone 13, get the RAVPower PD Pioneer Wall Charger and charge it at a much faster rate. It’s capable of charging 4 devices simultaneously, so you can use it in your office or even at home.

Featuring 2 PD ports and 2 iSmart ports, the RAVPower Charger for iPhone 13 has a total output of 65W. When you need to charge your iPhone 13 and MacBook Air simultaneously, connect them to the USB-C PD ports. It will charge them at 18W and 45W respectively. When only a MacBook Pro is connected, it goes from 0% to 100% in just 2 hours. GaN tech makes the charger compact and prevents it from generating excess heat.

Pioneer 6-Port Power Strip with 3 AC Outlets—RP-PC154

If you want a charger that’s also a power strip, this is it. It can accommodate 6 devices at the same time. Its 3 AC nominal outputs reach up to 1250W. The PD USB-C ports deliver 65W, while the iSmart USB port supports QC3.0 and charges various electrical devices. The charger offers high-speed charging for the iPhone 12 and 13. It fully charges the iPhone 12 over two times faster than other chargers (in 1.75hrs). An iPad Pro also gets fully charged in 2hrs. 

This RAVPower PD Desktop Charger features GaN II Tech and offers a powerful performance despite its small size. When charging devices, it intelligently distributes power to meet the different power needs of each device. It features 6 charging protections and is coated with a flame-retardant shell. It will fully protect your devices during the charging process. Additionally, its 5ft cord lets you place it where it’s most needed.

Get a RAVPower Charger for iPhone 13 Today

If you’ve just bought the new iPhone 13—or you own an iPhone 12—get a RAVPower Charger for iPhone 13. Head over to our products page and find the best charger for your phone!

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