Over the past few years, Apple has been the only expensive flagship mobile phone sales company that doesn't offer fast chargers. The iPhone has incremental batteries, but still stubbornly equipped with the same 5W charger, and it takes more than three hours to charge the iPhone.
With the launch of two models of the iPhone 11 Pro Series in 2019, Apple's fast charging history has finally been rewritten. They are the first iPhones manufactured with fast chargers.
This is the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max standard 18W fast chargers, with one end of the USB-C port and the other end of the Lightning port for connecting to the iPhone. Its volume has also become a lot bigger, so what is its charging speed?
We tested the charging time on the iPhone 11 Pro. Here are the results (for reference only):15 minutes: charge 28%30 minutes: 55%45 minutes:74%1 hour: 85%1 hour 15 minutes: 94%1 h 30 min:98%
1 hour 42 min:full charge.
Like most mobile phones, the last few percentage points of the iPhone 11 Pro charge slowly, which is the Trickle-flow charge added to protect the batteries --- when more than 80% of the power is charged, it goes into slow charge mode, with the result that you have to wait nearly 10 minutes to charge the last percentage.
Overall, the charging speed of the iPhone 11 Pro is by no means the fastest, but it does improve a lot. If you forget to charge while waiting at night, you can still charge 15 minutes or half an hour quickly before you go out the next day.
We have also made a comparison chart of fast charging time between iPhone 11 Pro and other mainstream competitive mobile phone products for reference only:
The number on the right hand side is time (minutes), and the smaller the number represents the faster the speed.