Apple has that iPhone 15 Transition from Lightning on USB C complete. The smartphone manufacturer has adhered to EU regulations, which aim to reduce waste through unified communications. There were previously rumors that Apple wanted to use a chip to exclude or throttle unapproved devices.
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So they have Battery technician DXOMARK platform iPhone 15 And that iPhone 15 Pro Max With different Charging cables and plugs Tested. These included official Apple products such as a Macbook charging sticker and chargers from Samsung, Google, OnePlus, Belkin and Anker.
Do replacement charging cables provide enough power?
Test whether other chargers provide enough power to charge two iPhones. These are on the iPhone 15 20 watts And iPhone 15 Pro Max 30 watts. All devices, regardless of whether they are from Apple itself or from another manufacturer, are connected 22 to 23 watts or. 27 to 29 watts of charging power. For the iPhone 15 Pro Max, there will be at least 25 watts necessary.
➤ Read more: iPhone 15 Pro Max in testing: the process fundamentally changes
The strange thing is that in this test Original iPhone charging cable With the connected charger in the worst section, with the maximum power level 22.5 watts. They cut better Power charger power (45 watts) at maximum power 29.4 wattsthe Pixel charger (30 watts) with 29.3 watts And official Macbook charger (87 watts) with 29.2 watts far.
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