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Is your iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro charging slower than your old phone did? The best way to fast charge is with a Lightning to USB-C cable and a 30 watt charger, either from Apple or a cheaper third-party option like Anker. Here’s everything you need to know about fast charging your new iPhone …
Starting with the iPhone 12, Apple no longer includes a power adapter in the box at all. Earlier iPhone models would ship with a 5-watt charger; this might be what you are using as you kept on to it for years and year.
However, at the same time, the internal battery capacities of the iPhone has risen dramatically over the last five or so years. As such, if you are using an old slower wattage charger, you will find your charging speeds on a new iPhone like the iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro are significantly slower than your old phone.
Apple includes a Lightning to USB-C cable in the box with your iPhone 14. Using this cable — or one like it — with a 30-watt USB-C charger is the fastest way to give your phone some juice.
With a 30-watt charger, you will be able to go from 0% to 50% charge in about half an hour with fast charging. Going from 0% to 100% will take about two hours. This compares to about three hours with a 20-watt charger, or about four hours if using an older Apple USB 5-watt power adapter.
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