Apple’s iPhone 13 series was launched last month, and the company says the new iPhone series offers better battery life. Apple claims that the iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13 have an additional 1.5 hours of battery life compared to their iPhone 12 counterparts. The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max come with a claimed additional 2.5 hours of battery life.
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At the launch event, Apple talked about the battery capacity of the iPhone 13 smartphone, but still seemed to miss an important feature that looks unique to the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Apple’s iPhone 13 Pro Max is reported to have a much faster charging rate, tests have shown. According to a tweet from Ice Universe, a trusted advisor, testing shows that the iPhone 13 Pro Max can charge up to 27W.
After it was revealed, the ChargerLab YouTube channel ran some tests on the iPhone 12 Pro Max battery. The results show that the phone consistently reaches charging speeds of up to 27W when plugged into a charger that can charge at speeds of 30W or higher.
While Apple hasn’t revealed why this feature is being kept a secret, we expect peak charging speeds to drop once the battery reaches a certain percentage point. This helps maintain the battery life of the device without the need for a full replacement. Apple may keep this feature a secret.
Even if Android devices reach charging speeds of up to 100 W, this affects the overall condition of the device and can only be fixed by replacing it.