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Secret tips to charge your iPhone at lightning speed

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Secret tips to charge your iPhone at lightning speed 
One of the biggest issue iPhone users still has is the missing of fast charging capability. We understand the pain of plugging the device for 4 to 5 hours to get the juice full device. While some of the Android users with bigger battery size charge their phone in an hour or so.

Today in this article we are going to talk about, how you can charge your iPhone faster than the normal speed of charging. But again, we are not going to give you some magic trick, the capabilities lie within your device. So, let's understand first what we are talking here.

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Since the iPhone 6, all iPhones have had the ability to charge at 2.1 amps (10 watts), yet Apple only includes a 1-amp charger (the one on the left in the above photo is 5 volts 1 amp). The charger supplied with iPads, however, is a 2-amp charger. Using the larger 10W charger supplies twice the amps of the charger that comes with your iPhone. It won't charge your phone twice as fast, but it will charge it significantly faster and is 100% safe as long as you are using an approved charger.

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 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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Don’t use your iPhone while charging

This one goes without saying, but if you use the iPhone while charging then it will consume power and slow down the charging process. Some people recommend putting the device in Airplane mode as it turns off cellular and Wi-Fi radios. It is a good idea in an emergency, but it comes at the cost of not being reachable.

Use an iPad Charger

As explained above, the iPad charger delivers 2.1A (12W), which charges the iPhone a lot faster than its 1A (5W) charger.

I’ve been doing this ever 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.

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