iPhone 14 Pro Max has a maximum charging speed of 27W: Report

Apple launched its latest iPhone series – fourteenth – at its Far Out event on September 7. As part of this series, the company introduced four iPhones, including the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Being an Apple device, the smartphone has a host of premium features. However, according to a Chinese website, Pro Max has a maximum charging speed of up to 27W; On that front, according to the website, even cheaper Android devices fare better than this newly launched smartphone.

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It should be noted that the Cupertino-based giant, like other companies, does not reveal the battery capacity or the charging speed of its products.

The test

According to a report in the Hindustan Times’ sister publication, Live Hindustan, the test was carried out by Chinese Chongdiantou. During the test, Pro Max was connected to various chargers available on the market, including Apple’s older 5W chargers, as well as 30W ones. The testers also used the 90W and 140W chargers that came with the 2019 Macbook Pro and 2021 Macbook Pro respectively.

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5W, 18W and 20W chargers were found not to generate peak output. However, with the remaining charging units, the iPhone 14 Pro Max has a charging speed of 27W.

For that speed, users will need to power their smartphone with Apple’s 30W USB Type-C power adapter.

iPhone 14 series battery capacity

Chongdiantou claimed that the battery capacity of iPhone 14 is 3279mAh, while that of iPhone 14 Pro is 3200mAh. Meanwhile, the capacity of Pro Max and iPhone 14 Plus is 4323mAh and 4325mAh respectively.


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