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Fastest way to charge your iPhone?

November 17, 2016

It is interesting to know that the number of users utilizing iPhone has increased tremendously, thanks to the user experience and the usability of iPhone compared to other devices in the current market. With its wide range of mobile applications available for the users to use, it’s getting tough on a day to day basis to keep up with the battery levels for an individual.

As per the standard routine, Apple does release its successor every year and they have always increased the battery capacity and implanted techniques which reduce the use of apps when they are not active, but still, battery doesn’t last long even with iPhone 7.  If you are using previous versions of iPhone then it is even worse, the user has to charge their phone more than twice per day.

There are several ways to pump your iPhone batteries, few that I can think of as of now are:  charging through the wall-mount outlet, charging over USB, charging from a Power Bank.  I am sure by this time you are eager to understand the fastest way to charge your battery and ultimately aid your usability.

Wall Outlet:

wall-mount-charging

Considered as the traditional way of charging your iPhone, by plugging into the wall mount outlet by using the lighting connector. This is the best and fastest way of charging your iPhone and usually, it takes more than 120 minutes for a full charge (i.e. if your battery percentage is less than 20%).

Computer USB port:

mac-charging

If you are in a place where you don’t have much access to a power outlet, you can connect your iPhone to your laptop or notebook via USB port using the lighting connector. This is not as good as the earlier option because of these reasons:

  • Laptop or notebook is busy in terms of providing necessary power to its internal components and cannot focus its strength to charge your mobile device via USB port
  • USB ports do vary based on the laptops and Notebooks that an individual is using. The Newer version of Laptops and Notebooks are far more efficient compared to the old.
  • If your Laptop has poor battery then ultimately it will not be of any help

Charging via Power Bank:

powerbank-charging

Charging your iPhone connected to Power Bank via USB port is as good as charging your device by connecting it to a Laptop, the only difference is that power bank is completely dedicated to charging your device. Usually, power banks are available in different variations and one has to make sure that they buy power banks with high battery capacity.

The fastest way to Charge your iPhone:

Out of all the above methods, the fastest way to charge your iPhone is by wall mount charger because it is a dedicated power source that targets only to charge your phone battery and nothing else. We recommend to use “Spike” with an inbuilt fuse which is the best way to avoid voltage fluctuations and individuals don’t have to worry about their device. To boost up the results if the user can turn on Air Plane mode while charging it will definitely show positive results because power utilization in AirPlane mode is considered to be very minimal compared to the normal mode.

If you are chilled out and don’t have anything to do over the weekend, we would recommend you to try these methods of charging to record the time and provide us your results under the comments section.

Note:
We recommend using only original Apple accessories to charge your device.

 

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Fastest way to charge your iPhone
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Fastest way to charge your iPhone
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It is interesting to know that the number of users utilizing iPhone has increased tremendously, thanks to the user experience and the usability of iPhone compared to other devices in the current market. With its wide range of mobile applications available for the users to use, it’s getting tough on a day to day basis to keep up with the battery levels for an individual.
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