IPhone 7 And IPhone 7 Plus Will Support Fast Charging

Posted: Aug 17 2016, 3:46pm CDT | by , in Apple


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 iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus Will Support Fast Charging

It’s safe to assume that rumors concerning the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will keep on rolling out until the actual release of the phone which is scheduled to happen at a media event on September 7th, which is right around the corner.

The latest rumor in this series of rumors has sourced from a twitter user who has referenced unnamed Chinese sources which claim the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will be able to charge your phone’s battery faster than previous models.

But the fact that this rumor comes so late in the series of all things iPhone 7 we have heard and the fact that verification of this statement provided by the tweet remains an image which shoes the internal logic board of iPhone 6s in comparison to one that is allegedly of the new iPhone 7.

Nothing in that image indicates as to whether the iPhone 7 board will allow for faster charging. All iPhone models at the moment have a 1A/5W charger, but using an iPad 2.1A/12W adapter ensures faster charging if connected with the phone.

So fast charging through a more efficient charger could be a possibility if Apple has taken note of this fact. The charger mentioned in the tweet, courtesy of the information provided by the unnamed Chinese source is “at least 5V2A”.

The timing of the rumor and the fact that it stems from an unverified source suggests that we don’t put much stock into it. Regardless our wait is short to see which rumor actually turns out to be true.

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