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5 ways you can charge your iPhone and iPad battery faster

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5 ways you can charge your iPhone and iPad battery faster
One of the biggest problems we face with the smartphone is the charging time with it. To avoid the out of battery situation many people do many tricks, like charging it overnight and more.

We have found that many people complain about the charging time of the device and result of that many companies are introducing the fast charging on their device, but somewhere it is missing from the best phone in the Smartphone category “iPhone.”




So, if you feel like your device is taking too long to get the fully juiced up, then we've compiled five easy tips that'll help you spend less of your life waiting around an outlet.

Don’t Use your laptop to charge your iPhone

If you’re primarily concerned with speed, use a wall charger or external battery pack instead of your laptop’s USB port. It might be less convenient, but it’ll allow to your transfer more amps of power to your iPhone at once. That means it’ll be faster.


Get the certified charger




Now, you have to be careful here. Counterfeit chargers are rampant on Amazon and eBay, and they simply cannot be trusted. A slow charge is better than an exploded phone.

That said, while you shouldn't trust most third-party Apple accessory makers, there are chargers from reputable brands like Anker, Monoprice, and Amazon Basics that are both faster and trustworthy. They won't be dirt cheap, but the safety is worth the extra buck or two. Just make sure it has Apple's MFi (Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod) certification on its packaging.


Again, it’s all about how much current these things supply. Apple’s default charger puts out about 1 amp, even though the iPhone is capable of drawing up to 2.1 amps. Something like this $11 option will put out more juice. Alternatively, if you own an iPad, the stronger charger that comes with that can work just as well.




Clear your device a little bit

While maybe not a charging tip, being mindful of everything your phone is doing will help better preserve your battery in the long run.

You can shut the screen off, for one. (Or at least turn down the brightness.) You can dig into the notifications menu and turn off push alerts for lower priority apps. You can download those videos and songs you want for your commute instead of streaming them. You can disable location services or mobile data when you’re not using them. And so on.


You don’t have to go crazy with this stuff — lots of programs are designed to be efficient with WiFi, Bluetooth, or GPS, and you don’t want to cripple your phone’s utility. You just shouldn’t go all out all the time.

Turn on Aeroplane mode to juice your battery faster

If all of that isn’t enough, you can get a little bit more from your charge by enabling Airplane Mode. Ostensibly designed for, you guessed it, airplanes, this shuts off the radios for things like cellular data, WiFi, and Bluetooth. Charging with that stuff disabled will save you a few minutes then it’d take otherwise, depending on how long you’re plugged in.




The trade-off is that you’re disconnecting yourself from the outside world. There’ll be no calls, no texts, no notifications. That kind of defeats the purpose of a smartphone in the first place. Still, if you absolutely need to get as much life as you can, it’s something.


Apple implemented a less stringent version of this idea called Low Power Mode into iOS 9. It works similarly, just to a lesser extent. It can help in a pinch, but it makes your smart device dumber.

Make sure there's no debris in your Lightning port

As simple as it sounds, sometimes you may not get the most out of your charge because lint, dust, or other debris is physically blocking your port. You might be fine, but if you suspect some blockage, try taking a toothpick or paper clip and carefully clean the space.

These are some of the tips that will help you charge your iPhone faster, if you know some tips which can help to charge the device faster, then let us know in the comment section below.

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