wonzfy said:I actually dropped off my Velar today to have the iPhone Dock installed. They quoted 4 hours which is not included but my salesperson offered free of charge since I had to pay for the wheel lock installation (I think he thought the dock was easier to install than the wheel locks for some reason). My car has been there for 11 hours already and they just called and said it won't be ready until tomorrow so I'm assuming its not so easy to install.
Dealer just called to ask what cup holder I would like the dock to be installed in and I said the top one with the cover. They attempted the install and called me back to say that the cup holder lid does not close with the iPhone dock in it, they said it could be installed in the passenger cup holder and that they think the arm rest will still slide over it. They also said that the instructions for the accessory say that the cup holder lid will not function with the dock installed. I rejected the installation altogether because I don't use that top cup holder so it only makes sense that the dock go in that one (and the driver has better access to the phone) and I wanted to be able to push the cover down when not in use. Such a waste of time and apparently they had to take apart my car for a lousy phone charger so I'm not happy about that! Therefore stay away from this useless accessory.
Good call! They are definitely different, but I suppose the same conditions should apply to both assuming they protrude the same amount.SpokenHands said:Interesting post
Finally there is a difference between the iPhone dock and the wireless charging dock which is not phone specific.