I have an iPhone XR with a UBPro case, which is pretty beefy, but still not as thick as some of the heavy-duty cases.
The UBPro case has a dust flap over the lightning port, which I think is a good idea.
We recently replaced a car with a car that has a place for a wireless charging pad. I have originally installed USB cables into the tray where the phones go, but the dust flap on the UBPro case makes it impossible to slide the phone onto the lightning connector.
So I’m going to try a wireless charging pad for the car. My concern is that the case is too thick for effective wireless charging. Have any of you tried wireless charging with thick iPhone cases?
It would be nice if there is a control on the phone (Accessible via a shortcut) to disable wireless charging. I try not to charge the phone past 80 %, and moving it to another location while driving isn’t safe. If there was an automatic control to stop wireless charging at a specified percentage of full charge, that would be ideal.
Now, how do I get that idea into the ears of iOS developers at Apple?