The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone Pro Max presently allow fast charging at up to 27W using Apple’s charging adapter.
According to reports, the iPhone 15 series will be released on September 12 with a number of advancements over last year’s iPhone 14 lineup. Apple is expected to forego the standard Lightning port in favor of a USB Type-C port on the rumored iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max this time around in order to comply with EU regulations that take effect next year. This switch to a new connector may result in higher charging speeds for future iPhone models. According to a fresh leak, the iPhone 15 series would feature rapid charging at up to 35W.
According to 9to5Mac, citing unnamed industry sources, some variants of the iPhone 15 series will have up to 35W charging speed. This would be a big advancement over current models. The previous-generation iPhone 14 Pro supports up to 27W fast charging, while the standard iPhone 14 supports up to 20W fast charging.
Last year, Apple unveiled a new 35W power adapter with twin USB Type-C connections. If the rumors are true, the business may promote this converter or the 30W MacBook Air charger for the future iPhone 15 models. Because Apple is attempting to close the gap between the ordinary and Pro versions, the new 35W charging speed for the iPhone 15 Pro may be limited.
Ming-Chi Kuo, an industry analyst, had stated that the iPhone 15 series would offer higher charging speeds via the USB Type-C connection with certain company-certified cords. Apple will optimize the fast-charging capabilities of MFi (Made For iPhone) chargers for the iPhone 15 models, according to Kuo.
On Tuesday, September 12, Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max models. Pre-orders for the new phones may begin as early as September 22.
This year, all iPhone 15 models are expected to include the Dynamic Island feature, which is now unique to iPhone 14 Pro models. The Pro variants are rumored to rely on an Apple A17 Bionic SoC with 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM. They are supposed to have 256GB of storage in the base model and up to 2TB in the top-end variant. The standard iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus could be powered by an A16 Bionic chip.