How to charge your iPhone faster

Mar 20th 2018

Maybe you don’t always have enough time to charge your iPhone fast, a lot of people don't have enough patience to wait for the iPhone is fully charged. So you need to learn a good way to charge your iPhone fast; you only armed with a bit of knowledge you can dramatically reduce the time it takes to charge up an iPhone's battery but not only buy a fast iPhone Wall Charger and cable. Here are 5 tricks to help you fast charge your iPhone! We glance at the way to agitate your iPhone (or iPad) quickly and safely, and a few of the simplest ways in which to form iPhone charging a quicker and a lot of economical method.

Pick the fast USB wall charger for iPhone

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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.

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,The higher the wattage, the faster the charger can fill up your device's battery."

So if you wanted to fast charge your iPhone, you can pick the fast charge USB Wall charger for your iPhone.

A USB port on your computer is typically just 2.5W (5V, 0.5A), while a standard iPhone charger might offer 5W (5V, 1A). Both these devices would be considered slow, especially when you consider that an iPad charger can offer up to 12W (5V, 2.4A). Here we recommend you can choose Tattu 4 port USB wall charger(Tattu 34W 4-port(2×2.4A + 2×1A)AC adapter), this charger not only can fast charge your iPhone, but also fast charge your iPad, Mac or other devices, and its price is very cheap, you only need pay $14.99 to get it.

(And there are more USB fast charger we have listed on our blog, you can check them)

Put your iPhone in Airplane Mode

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When your phone is in airplane mode, your phone’s most features are closed. The less your iPhone is doing the faster it will be able to charge. If you can avoid surfing the web or making a call for a few minutes, switch to Airplane Mode while charging up. This feature will prevent your phone from wasting battery searching for cellular and Wi-Fi signals, so it will recharge faster.

Turn off your iPhone

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When you turn off your iPhone, your iPhone will not do anything, your phone isn't using any energy, so all of the charge is going straight to your battery.

(Tun off your iPhone to charger is very recommend, it is good for your iPhone battery when it is in charge, it is better than put your iPhone in Airplane Mode, but you may miss some important messages and phone calls.)

Keep your iPhone cool

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The best comfort zone for your iPhone is 62°to 72°F, you must avoid charging your iPhone at temperatures higher than 95° F or too cold. In the summer, you’d better remove your case to avoid overheating your phone as it charges, iPhones are able to charge more efficiently when they're kept in the right temperature, higher temperature will damage to the battery.

Keep up with battery maintenance

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There are two things you can do to maintain your battery:

Apple recommends that you go through at least one full charge cycle every month. This means you should charge your iPhone to 100% and let it fully discharge until it turns off by itself. By doing this in a full cycle without charging in between, you'll keep the electrons in the battery flowing and make sure it has the longest life possible.

(About how to maintenance your iPhone battery, you can read our Lipo battery guide

By doing this in a full cycle without charging in between, you'll keep the electrons in the battery flowing and make sure it has the longest life possible.

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.

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