15 Stylish iPhone 5/5s Docks That Make Charging Easier
The iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c was recently with colorful cases for the latter, but you may not be aware of another release – iPhone docks, one of each. These docks are available in the obligatory white, in a simple and with minimal design. However, the Lightning to USB cable is sold separately and you can’t dock your phone with the case on.
If that doesn’t sound appealing to you, have a look at some of the alternatives out there. We have gathered here 15 stylish docks for the iPhone 5/5s. Some designs are sleek and stylish, to complement the iPhone while others are practical and thoughtful.
You’re sure to find one that would fit in with your needs, desktop or personal style from this list, or if you have other docks that you think should be listed here, share your thoughts in the comments.
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HiRise for iPhone. An iPhone stand that holds your iPhone high enough so that you don’t have to dismount the phone to answer a call or read a message. This stand is compatible with many protective cases as well and won’t block the mic, speakers or the headphone ports. [$34.99]
Grove Dock. This beautiful dock is made of steel and bamboo, thereby making it sturdy. It is also fairly easy to set up without any tools. [$99.00]
Elevation Dock. A product that would fit in perfectly anywhere, thanks to the level of crafstmanship involved. Your iPhone will stand at 9.5 degrees with the lightning port right at the bottom securely holding and charging it. [$79.00]
Dock+. A solid steel dock with a simple design that you can assemble and disassemble easily. It supports an iPhone 5/5s with a case too. [$90.00]
Core. A unique and small docking station that enables you to charge your iPhone using a lightning cable (sold separately) while syncing/charging another device via its USB port. Core has a solid build and is equipped with rubber feet to ensure the dock stays firmly in place. [$49.99]
Capdase Versa Stand. This attractive dock comes with a unique structure that allows you to wrap your charging cables neatly around its cylindrical shapes, made of high-grade silicone. The silicone will prevent your iPhone from slipping off the surface you have it on. [$20.99]
iPhone 5 Brushed Black/Silver/Red. This dock is made of anodized aluminum and available in 3 different colors. It’s small, beautiful and compatible with an iPhone with a protected case on. [$34.95]
Podi-m. This is a sturdy and elegant dock, which looks like the perfect match for the iPhone 5. It also comes with a movable adapter that ensures an easy docking experience. [$69.99]
EverDock. A single docking solution that works with any phone including Apple iPhone 5/5s. It will remain firmly planted on any surface thanks to its micro-suction technology. [$49.00]
iCrado Pro-X. Due to its wide surface area, you don’t have to worry about taking off your iPhone case. Its metallic body helps in enhancing both the audio and mic quality of your iPhone as well. [$19.99]
Saidoka. Using a USB port or adapter as the power source to charge your iPhone, Saidoka is your ultimate charging companion. There is also a set of micro-suction rails to ensure your dock stay firmly in place. [$29.95]
RokDock iP5 Stand. Manufactured from aircraft-grade aluminium, this dock is rock solid. It has an adjustable rubber that provides a wider space for docking – perfect for an iPhone with a case. [$99.99]
KiDiGi Rugged Case Compatible Dock. This dock has a simple design and removable insert, making it compatible with an iPhone with or without a protective case. The dock is equipped with a flexible lightning connector to avoid any damage to your phone port. [$44.95]
MIXIT ChargeSync Dock. Available in many different colors, this charge/sync dock will not take up much space on your desk. A four-foot long cable is also included. [$39.99]
OCDock Mini. This dock will blend in nicely with your Thunderbolt or iMac display. According to the official website, its iPhone cable is also the tiniest in the world. [$79.00]
Author: Nels Dzyre
Nels Dzyre is a tech enthusiast from the age of dial-ups, an Android follower since we had Cupcake, and a gamer.