How to use wireless charging with the iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus

aircharge MFi Qi iPhone 7 Wireless Charging Case - Black

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus don’t come with wireless charging built in, but you can add this functionality yourself using a few key accessories.

Check out our range of products using the links below, or scroll on for a detailed look at some of the best accessories available!

for iPhone 7…

for iPhone 7 Plus…

What’s the difference? Read on to find out!

Wireless charging adapters for iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus

aircharge Made for iPhone Wireless Charging Receiver

If you’d rather add wireless charging to your iPhone only when you need it, you could also try the aircharge, a Lightning Wireless Charging Receiver. The way it works is pretty simple — it plugs into your iPhone via the Lightning port, and then provides charge whenever it’s placed onto a charging pad.

That makes it somewhat of a hybrid solution — it isn’t wholly wireless, but it does deliver the primary advantage of wireless charging: you can start charging your phone, pick it up and use it for a bit, and put it down to resume charging, all without plugging or unplugging a cable. On the other hand, it won’t allow you to use Lightning headphones and charge your iPhone 7 at the same time, which is a shame.

Wireless charging cases for iPhone 7 & 7 Plusaircharge Qi iPhone SE Wireless Charging Case - White

aircharge MFi Qi iPhone 6S / 6 Wireless Charging Case - Black

You can also pick up aircharge wireless charging cases for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. These cases have a Qi charging coil built right into them, so all you’ll need to do is put on the case, then put the case onto a Qi wireless charging pad (see below!).

iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus wireless charging pads

Universal Slim Qi Wireless Charging Pad - Black

Once you’ve got your charging adapter installed, all you need is a Qi wireless charging pad.

One of our favourites is the Slim 10W Fast Wireless Charging Pad from Olixar, thanks to it’s sleek modern styling and super fast charging speeds. We’re sure once you start charging wirelessly that you’ll absolutely love the convenience it brings. As such you may want to consider some other options, with Wireless Charging Car Holders and even Wireless Charging Power Banks.


You can check out some of the best options for adding wireless charging to the iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus below!

Wrapping up

Thanks for reading our article. If you have any questions, feel free to comment. Thanks again and enjoy the remainder of your day!

17 thoughts on “How to use wireless charging with the iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus

  1. Full title:

    How to use wireless charging with the iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus and kill your battery

  2. I am using xvida wireless charging system in my car and it is absolutely awesome. It is magnetic what makes it very convenient, charging speed is same as with original cable. The only problem is a micro USB cable which stopped working after few months so now I am using another more durable cable.

  3. I have a magnetic air vent holder for my phone when I am driving in my car… will this charger interfere with that magnetic I have to install in order for it to stay on the mount?

  4. I have a wireless receiver for my iPhone 5 and recently upgraded to the iPhone 7. Will it work on my new phone?

  5. i have a wireless charging station from ikea on my nightstand, if i were to buy just the adapter would it work with the station i already have?

  6. how long is the lightening cord for the air charge adaptor?
    my qi is in my arm rest of the car, so i would to have the qi there and the phone out in my cup holder.

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