With the release of the iPhone 14 series just days away, new details about the upcoming iPhone models are surfacing online. This year, it is widely speculated that Apple will make a major announcement related to support for satellite connectivity. There are also reports that the iPhone 14 Pro will come with a new ultra-wide angle camera, a 48-megapixel primary camera, and more features. Now, a new report suggests that the new device will support faster charging speeds.
According to Leakster DuanRui, “a leading brand” will send a 30W fast charger to the press for testing the iPhone 14 series. another report by Kioriku shows that only the iPhone 14 Pro model will support the 30W charger, which will work at zero charge, after which the speed will be faster. which will work at zero power, after which the speed will drop to 27W-25W.
In comparison, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max support 23W and 27W fast charging respectively. So, Apple hasn’t made much of a change in this area. Considering that Rs. 30,000 Android phones come with 80W fast chargers, I think Apple should now start offering at least 60W fast charging technology.
It is worth noting that Apple is already selling several GaN chargers, such as the 140W power adapter for the 15-inch MacBook pro. The company has also introduced a 35W dual charger with the M2 MacBook Air laptop. However, these chargers use a USB C to C connection cable, and the new iphones may come with Lighting. However, there are rumors that the iPhone 15 series may not stick with Lightning.
In addition, even if Apple offers support for faster charging speeds, people will not buy the chargers in retail boxes. The company has stopped shipping chargers with smartphones. As a result, people may have to pay extra for the charger.