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This is how you can charge your iPhone superfast

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This is how you can charge your iPhone superfast 
One of the biggest problems about the smart device is their charging time. The amount of time invested in charging the device is way too high. Same is the case with iPhone, iPhone takes lots of time to get the full charge, which is sometimes very irritating.

Android users have the option where different vendors like Samsung, OnePlus and many other gives the option of fast charging, but unfortunately, iPhone users like us don’t enjoy that flexibility.

In this article, we are going to talk about the 4 easiest way which you can adopt to charge your iPhone faster.

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Use a wall charger (specifically, an iPad charger)

According to Apple, it's safe to use iPad USB power adapters to charge an iPhone (just steer clear of counterfeits). iPhones come with a 5-volt charger, which uses 1 amp for 5 watts of power. iPads, on the other hand, have chargers with 5.1 volts, 2.1 amps and 12 watts of power.

What does this mean? "The figure that's relevant from a charging-speed point of view is wattage: this is a function of time, and defines the speed of energy transfer," Macworld, a website dedicated to Apple products and software, reports. "The higher the wattage, the faster the charger can fill up your device's battery."

Plug it into an active computer

If you've misplaced your charging block and have no other option, then plugging into an active computer may be your best alternative. But if your device is connected to a computer that's turned off or is in sleep or standby mode, that can cause problems. To avoid battery drain, make sure your computer is plugged in and powered up, remove all other USB devices that may be drawing power and don't sync your iPhone while it's charging.

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Keep up with battery maintenance

Allow your iPhone battery to die at least once a month. "For proper maintenance of a lithium-based battery, it's important to keep the electrons in it moving occasionally. Be sure to go through at least one charge cycle per month (charging the battery to 100% and then completely running it down)," Apple advises.

Clean out your iPhone's lightning port. Before you complain about how slow your phone is charging, check the lightning port for lint and other debris that may have built up inside. Power it off, and with a normal toothpick, gently remove any material that may be clogging up the port.

Turn it off

What's better than putting your phone in Airplane Mode? Turning it off entirely. That way, your phone isn't using any energy and all of the charge is going straight to your battery.

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