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Aah...that helps.

I think that both "chscag" and myself thought that you were talking about charging your iPhone in these two ways:

1. Charging it with an external charger (like both you linked in post #5).

2. Charging your iPhone from one of the USB ports on a Macintosh computer.

I'm thinking that what "chscag" meant by a "no-brainer"...is that charging your iPhones battery via a separate "plug-in" charger is almost always better/faster than charging from a computers USB port...since the USB port on a computer generally is not that powerful.

BOTH of the devices you mentioned...are external (external to a computers USB port) devices for charging. So either one will be faster than a laptops USB port.

So charging your iPhone via an external charger (either one of the two your linked) will be faster than using one of the USB ports on a laptop.

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