Just a week ago we revealed the few changes that were in the cells of the new devices of the Cupertino firm, they were as follows:
- iPhone 14: 3,279mAh
- iPhone 14 Plus: 4,325mAh
- iPhone 14 Pro: 3,200mAh
- iPhone 14 Pro Max: 4,323mAh
But it is that the fast charging promised by Apple, it’s not just that it’s the same as last year’s models (you can upload quickly up to 50% battery from iPhone 8 onwards in half an hour), scheme seems to be worse.
a load of laughter
It has been the Chinese medium Chongdiantou who has had the opportunity to test a wide variety of Apple power adapters with the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro Maxproviding real data on charging speeds and revealing which charger will charge American phones the fastest.
Power adapters rated at 29W or higher from the Cupertino-based giant won’t charge the phone at this speed. This is the big Apple Lie, because even if you use one of more power, you will only be able to charge iPhone 14 or the iPhone 14 Pro Max below 27 W. Of course, just like these two models, the iPhone 14 Plus and iPhone 14 Pro should also have a similar charging speed.
In other words, the Official Apple 30W Power Adapter It should offer the best charging output and should work best with the latest generation of iPhone series, but it won’t charge at that power. And if you use higher speed power adapters, whether they are 35, 61, or 87 W, the result will be the same. Even if you get one of 140 W, as you can see in this table, the result will be worse.
The maximum speed obtained is 25.55 W, with the 87 W chargerso you won’t even be able to charge the most expensive iPhone in history at 27 W. Bearing in mind that there are already many 200-euro smartphones that can charge at 33 W and that some Android models already exceed 120 W of power, this does not stop being something very criticizable to the brand.
The good news, or at least the one that allows us to have some hope, is that it is quite likely that next year, the iPhone 15 will finally release compatibility with the port. usb type c How long has it been running on Android? This, in addition to allowing us to use a greater variety of cables and adapters, eliminating the need to always work with a lightning connectorimplies that we could enjoy much faster charging speeds in future iPhones.