This would be really helpful, but I thought that it wasn't possible to make a single port that would rapid-charge both Apple and standard USB devices? My limited understanding was that USB standard indicates high-current capability by shorting the data lines to one another, while iDevices require that different, defined voltages appear on each data line to indicate the power they can supply?
Has this been changed? Did one of the sets of vendors change how they do power negotiation? Or did someone come up with a work-around that will make both kinds of devices charge rapidly? It sure would be nice not to have a whole collection of different chargers around just to quick-change both my and my family's devices.