Does the iPhone 7 Plus have native support for wireless charging, or does you need to have it in a special case for it to work?Does anyone know the size of the phone that will fit into the slot next to the driver where we would charge a phone?
Will it take the iPhone 7 Plus or even larger?
For what it's worth: Please keep in mind that charging your wireless device from an Anker power bank or any other brand will consume a minimum of 35% more electricity than plugging in directly to a wall socket. I learned this from talking to Anker customer support.Best thing to do for your wireless devices is to buy a power bank and keep it in your car, then always keep that on charge. If you buy it from a good brand like Anker you should get something with a charge speed similar to your phones OEM. Plus there are many perks to keeping a power bank in your vehicle.
iphone 8, 8+, and X all support wireless charging. however, i haven't been able to get the phone to charge in the bolt. i have wireless chargers from 3 different vendors that all charge my iphone, but the bolt does not, so it appears to be an issue with the bolt.Apple doesn't currently support wireless charging, so the next best thing seems to be a soon to be released Mofie case that does support wireless charging.
As long as the cars charging slot will support something a little larger than the iPhone 7, this should work.