Welcome to GaNFast Apple Charging

Charge all your Apple devices 3x faster with GaNFast!

Fast, safe charging for your Apple mobile devices: GaNFast chargers will beat any standard Apple charger by charging up to 3x faster in half the size and weight.

GaNFast chargers are compatible with your new iPhone 12 and all Apple devices such as iPads, MacBooks, Apple Watch, and AirPods.

Available from 20W single-output to 120W multi-outputs for simultaneous fast-charging of all your Apple devices.

Simply click on your Apple device below to choose your GaNFast charger.

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Find the perfect GaNFast charger for all your Apple devices

Choose your Apple device and we’ll show you compatible GaNFast chargers.

Click here for notes on results, cables and MagSafe.
Safe, Fast Power:

The chargers recommended will fast-charge the highest-power Apple device selected. Thanks to an industry standard called USB-C ‘Power Delivery’, this can also safely and efficiently fast-charge all lower-power Apple devices.

Multi-output:

Many chargers enable fast-charging and/or simultaneous charging of many Apple devices. For example, your MacBook, iPhone, AirPods etc. all at the same time.

See the “Output(s)” column for the number of USB-C and USB-A outputs available.

Cables:

For iPhone 5 and up, AirPods, Apple Watch and some iPads, an MFI-certified ‘C-to-Lightning’ cable is required for the fastest charge. For most iPads, a ‘C-to-C’ cable is required. MacBooks started to use USB-C for power from 2015 and is now the standard – so use a ‘C-to-C’ cable. Note that the ‘old’ MagSafe connector was used on some models up to the 2017 MacBook Air (discontinued in 2019), so please check what you need.

Standard USB-C cables can handle 3A (up to 65W) that covers most Apple devices. For the MacBook Pro 16″, you’ll need a USB-C cable with a 5A rating and an ‘E-marker’ so it can charge and also transfer data at the highest speed.

‘New’ MagSafe:

For the full 15W ‘wireless’ fast charge, the new MagSafe magnetic-attach needs a charger with USB-C “PD 3.0” output with 20W or higher. The selector only recommends GaNFast chargers with this capability. Using a lower-power charger, or using a laptop port to connect the MagSafe reduces the power to 7.5W.

See charger manufacturer details for fast-charging speeds and full compatibility details.

Click here for notes on results, cables and MagSafe.
Safe, Fast Power:

The chargers recommended will fast-charge the highest-power Apple device selected. Thanks to an industry standard called USB-C ‘Power Delivery’, this can also safely and efficiently fast-charge all lower-power Apple devices.

Multi-output:

Many chargers enable fast-charging and/or simultaneous charging of many Apple devices. For example, your MacBook, iPhone, AirPods etc. all at the same time.

See the “Output(s)” column for the number of USB-C and USB-A outputs available.

Cables:

For iPhone 5 and up, AirPods, Apple Watch and some iPads, an MFI-certified ‘C-to-Lightning’ cable is required for the fastest charge. For most iPads, a ‘C-to-C’ cable is required. MacBooks started to use USB-C for power from 2015 and is now the standard – so use a ‘C-to-C’ cable. Note that the ‘old’ MagSafe connector was used on some models up to the 2017 MacBook Air (discontinued in 2019), so please check what you need.

Standard USB-C cables can handle 3A (up to 65W) that covers most Apple devices. For the MacBook Pro 16″, you’ll need a USB-C cable with a 5A rating and an ‘E-marker’ so it can charge and also transfer data at the highest speed.

‘New’ MagSafe:

For the full 15W ‘wireless’ fast charge, the new MagSafe magnetic-attach needs a charger with USB-C “PD 3.0” output with 20W or higher. The selector only recommends GaNFast chargers with this capability. Using a lower-power charger, or using a laptop port to connect the MagSafe reduces the power to 7.5W.

See charger manufacturer details for fast-charging speeds and full compatibility details.