My iPhone 6S didn't fit in the charging dock with it's Mophie Juice Pack battery case because the dock was too narrow to for my thick phone case so I got out a CAD program and designed a 3D printed replacement piece that allows much thicker phones or thicker phone cases to fit. I printed it out for $1.90 at my local library using their 3D printer service. Under $2 to 3D print something... my library is amazing. The object is here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2797028 You can print it out on your 3D printer, your friend's 3D printer, get your child to print it at their 3D printer at school or else use your local library and if none of these work then you can use an online service like Shapeways or Sculpteo to print it for you. These are listed in the order of expense - if you print it yourself it should be less than $0.50 worth of plastic, and if you use Shapeways, it likely be something like $12...I don't have an account and can't check but that's what I guess it will come out to. It slots in just like the version from Tesla by pulling up on the charging dock hinge and then sliding the current piece left to remove it and then put the new one in and slide right to add it. Once you get it printed, you will likely want to cover it in glossy black vinyl to match the console. I recommend the glossy black from VVivid XPO vinyl ($7 on Amazon) or else go to a hobby shop and buy a sheet of glossy black vinyl from them. I attached a photo of mine. I covered mine in matte vinyl to match the matte vinyl I put on the rest of the console (see other thread ). You can see some sort of distortion on the surface.. that's an artifact of the 3D printer from the way the library printed it. I might try again to see if I can get a smoother version, but if you use a better printer it should look perfectly smooth. Regardless, for me, it looks better than it did when I was using it without the cover at all to get my phone to fit.