A questionable report claims that certain models in the upcoming “iPhone 13” family will support faster charging at 25W.
Apple is unlikely to reintroduce chargers into its shipping iPhone boxes, but a new report says it can sell a 25W one. Citing unspecified second-hand sources, the report further claims that some, but not all, “iPhone 13” models will be able to use the fastest charger to its fullest.
In addition to the questionable nature of the allegation, the Fast technology, notes that Apple’s previous 18W charger has At the moment It was pulled from the sale and a new 20W version was introduced. However, Apple made this change in late 2020.
Citing unspecified second-hand sources in the supply industry, the publication claims that the “iPhone 13” can boost fast charging to 25W. The report also seems to combine the power from the external AC adapter with the charging power, which is not the case. Apple’s 20W charger will deliver 15W of power to the iPhone.
However, as you point out, increasing from 20W to 25W will not make a significant difference in fast charge speed.
This seems to be the first speculation about a change in the iPhone charger. Separately, more credible reports have said that it will boost its MagSafe wireless charging to more than its current 15W.