How to charge your iPhone faster

Sometimes you need to charge your iPhone faster than usual because maybe you are going outside and spending a lot of time away from home and can't take your iPhone charger with you. However one of the things we’ve to do on a regular basis is charge our iPhones, which can be quite a time-consuming process.

Of course there is many different ways that you can use and it is 100 percent safe and doesn't affect your iPhone's battery.. Right now I am going to show you every possible way you can use..

Charge your iPhone directly with a dedicated charger

One of the most common ways to charge your device is by connecting it to your computer via a USB cable. But it is not the most efficient way to charge your iPhone or iPad.

A USB 1.0 or USB 2.0 port is capable of delivering up to 0.5A. MacBook Pros and MacBook Airs after 2012 come with USB 3.0 ports, which are capable of delivering 0.9A. However, your iPhone comes with a charger capable of delivering 1A, so you’re better off plugging your iPhone into the dedicated charger rather than connecting it to a USB port.

Use an iPad charger

Don't panic! Yes you can use an iPad charger for a faster charging quality. The iPad charger delivers 2.1A (12W), which charges the iPhone a lot faster than its 1A (5W) charger.

I’ve been doing this every since Apple started shipping a more powerful charger with the iPad and haven’t faced any issue. The iPhone just draws as much power as it can handle from the charger.
Interestingly, tests using a Kill-A-Watt device and OS X system information has revealed that the charging profile for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus match that of the iPad. So you can charge them to charge using the 2.1A charger. Unlike iPhone 5s or lower models, which were capable of drawing only 5W, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were capable of drawing up to 12W, which allows them to be charged at a faster rate.

Use Apple’s Lightning to USB Cable or Charger

For the best results, it is advisable to use the Lightning to USB cable and charger that comes with the iPhone or use an Apple-certified ones. The wrong cable or chargers can slow down charging speeds.

Fake chargers deliver only half the power in some cases. This means that fake chargers would take twice as much time to fully recharge your iPhone. There are lots of other reasons why you should be wary of these counterfeit chargers.


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