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Yes and no. Companies are developing their own quick charging solutions instead of focusing on a standard. Qualcomm based devices can utilize Quick Charge, while Samsung devices are use Fast Charging. They are essentially solving the same problem, but using their own technology.
Anker has developed their own PowerIQ … see more
Yes and no. Companies are developing their own quick charging solutions instead of focusing on a standard. Qualcomm based devices can utilize Quick Charge, while Samsung devices are use Fast Charging. They are essentially solving the same problem, but using their own technology.
Anker has developed their own PowerIQ which tries to match the fastest possible charging depending on your device. This is not exactly the same as "fast charging" a device but it should still charge the device faster than normal chargers. see less
Yes and no. Companies are developing their own quick charging solutions instead of focusing on a standard. Qualcomm based devices can utilize Quick Charge, while Samsung devices are use Fast Charging. They are essentially solving the same problem, but using their own technology.
Anker has developed their own PowerIQ which tries to match the fastest possible charging depending on your device. This is not exactly the same as "fast charging" a device but it should still charge the device faster than normal chargers.

Justin
· June 22, 2015
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Yes you can leave it plugged in all the time. When the phone isn't connected, it's smart enough to realize it's not in use. When you connect your phone a blue light on the charger indicates current is going to the phone. So there is no risk to the car or device.
Chris Mansker
· July 16, 2015
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No hum or ground loop while charging and listening to a 160GB iPod.
JW
· September 30, 2015
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Yes
Solar
· December 18, 2015
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I have not noticed any noise at all when using the charger (with or without radio).
ehs
· June 25, 2016
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No, but it uses typical USB cables.
steve barker
· September 2, 2015
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It depends on how many iPhone 6 you connect at the same time. For only one, it won't make a difference, but two simultaneous will charge faster with the 24.
Al
· August 20, 2015
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Hi Eddie, I'm using the Anker PowerDrive to charge my iPhone 5s. If your iPad 2 has the same imput where the charger end goes into the charge port as the iPhone 5c and 5s it should work. David
David J.
· June 19, 2015
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Yes. I leave mine plugged in all the time.
Matt
· March 11, 2017
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MFI certification is related to cables. This charger works with Apple MFI certified cables. I am using it and its quite good and does fast charging.
Nauman Rahim
· August 17, 2015