iPhone 11 Pro fast charger, really fast?
Apple recently introduced new iPhone models after a long delay finally comes with a quick charger in the box. Is the iPhone 11 Pro quick charger really fast? Let’s try to answer this question together.
iPhone 11 Pro has finally got its fast charger!
Apple’s popular smartphones have long been one of the most popular models on the market. In many areas, perhaps the best features of the iPhone models, for years, a quick charger that supports the feature was not offered with a charger.
The most critically acclaimed of these models came to an end with the iPhone 11 Pro family. Finally, the iPhone 11 Pro family came out of the box with an 18W charger with fast charging support, and after a long delay, they entered the race. Tests on the smartphone on the market show that the 18W charger is neither too good nor too bad.
According to the first tests Apple’s charger; It can reach a charge level of 28 percent in 15 minutes, 55 percent in half an hour and 85 percent in 1 hour. It takes 1 hour and 42 minutes (102 minutes) to reach full charge.
This is 185 minutes on the iPhone XS, while the iPhone XS Max takes about 209 minutes. Tests for the iPhone XR, another high-end model of the past year, show that the average 190-minute model reaches full charge.
To compare these times with some Android devices; Samsung’s most powerful Galaxy Note 10 Plus can reach full charge in 65 minutes, OnePlus 7 Pro can reach 76 minutes and Huawei P30 Pro can reach full charge in 59 minutes.
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As you can see from the charging times, the iPhone 11 Pro has finally entered the race but is still a step behind its competitors. The iPhone 11 still comes with a 5W charger in the box.
Note that the comparison is made with the approximate charging times offered by the out-of-the-box chargers, and we will be back soon with detailed reviews of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro.
So what do you think? Is the charging time of the new iPhone models sufficient?