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So you are getting the new iPhone 14 series – be it iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro & iPhone 14 Pro Max – aren’t you? If yes, then well, congrats! However, if you already have it on your hand (and in case you don’t know), buying iPhone nowadays, no matter which model you are getting – standard, Plus, Pro or Pro Max, you only get the iPhone and a charging cable and of course the box. There’s nowhere the charger could be found. And typically, you just start finding and using any existing Power Adapter / Wall Charger found on your home / office. Well, that’s not really a good move and that’s the reason why your iPhone 14 has been charging so slow!
Here’s how you can fast charge your iPhone 14 series
Cut-short your iPhone 14 charging time with these tips.
1) Don’t use Power Adapter or Wall Charger that comes in-the-box from previous iPhone
Because simply the charger that comes in-the-box on iPhone 11 or before, it’s a low-wattage charger (5W or lower) which for today’s standard and especially given smartphone battery is getting bigger and bigger, is considered as slow charging.
2) Get Fast Charging Power Adapter
Fast charging adapter comes with various wattage power, but at minimum 18W power. You can get either the offical product from Apple or from trusted 3rd party brands. For my case, charging my iPhone using 18W Power Adapter, I could get 50% battery in just half an hour charging from where the battery less than 10%.
Apple Official Fast Charging Power Adapter:
|Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter on Amazon|
Apple 30W USB-C Power Adapter on Amazon
Anker 65W USB-C Power Adapter on Amazon
3rd Party Fast Charging Power Adapter:
How to know if your iPhone is charging fast – what’s the indicator for fast charging
Thanks to Apple who aims to make everything as simple as they can, there’s no indicator if you are fast charging your iPhone 14. However, don’t fret, what you can do to ensure your iPhone 14 is charging faster is to time yourself – say within 2-5 minutes, how fast the battery percentage is getting increased. If the percentage increase is much faster when compared charging with your previous Power Adapter, that means your iPhone is fast charged!
Since now your iPhone is fast charged, you may want to consider this tip to enable notification when your iPhone 14 has been 100% fully charged, check out here: Get notified when your iPhone is 100% charged at JILAXZONE.
Bring it all together
With these tips shared above, hopefully you can get the right fast charging Power Adapter for your iPhone 14, so you don’t need to wait for so long just to get your iPhone 14 fully charged. It’s very life changing and time saver! In case you encountered any difficulties and/or have queries, don’t hesitate to put your queries or thoughts on the comment section down below. I’ll be happy to assist.
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