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Apple iPhone 15 could finally bring faster charging speeds to iPhones

The new iPhones may get 35W charging.

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The next iPhone event is almost here, where Apple is expected to unveil the entire iPhone 15 series with multiple upgrades. However, the biggest improvement is rumored to be Apple swapping the Lightning port for a USB-C port

We’ve even heard rumors that some of the models could support faster charging speeds, and now we have a corroborating rumor that says the iPhone 15 will support up to 35W charging speed. 

Apple is upping its charging game with iPhone 15 

Iphone 15 series is coming
Source: 9to5Mac

According to the report by 9to5Mac, multiple industry sources have claimed that the new iPhone 15 models will feature a higher charging speed of up to 35W. 

The iPhone 15 could have a charging speed that is considerably faster than that of the iPhone 14 Pro at 27W, and the vanilla iPhone 14 at 20W. 

In its current charging speed, the iPhone 14 Pro Max takes about two hours to fully charge, which is quite a long time when compared to current-gen mid-range and flagship Android smartphones. 

In contrast, Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S23 Ultra, features a 45W charging speed that lets the device go from zero to 100 within an hour. While the rumored 35W charging speed is still on the lower end, it’s a considerable improvement compared to the iPhone 14. 

Last year, Apple also introduced a new 35W Dual USB-C charger capable of charging current iPhones. And if the rumor is true, iPhone 15 could take full advantage of this charger, provided that it isn’t connected to another device, as it will split the power delivery.

However, Apple also sells a 30W USB-C charger, designed for the MacBook Air, which also works with iPhones and iPads.

That said, it is still unclear whether the new 35W charging speed will be limited to the Pro models or will work with all iPhone 15 models.

Apple is expected to hold the iPhone 15 event on September 12 or 13, and it is also expected to be a pre-recorded event, where we will finally get all the answers.

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Saurav loves writing and tech. So, after engineering, he didn't look back and embarked on a journey to become a tech writer. Saurav has worked for various tech websites across the globe. Saurav has recently joined Know Techie and is proud to be a part of it.

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