Apple’s iPhone 13 series smartphones are already on the market and many users already have these devices. One of the surprises in the iPhone 13 series is the battery life. The performance of the A15 Bionic processor is amazing and there is more to the iPhone 13 Pro Max battery department. We already know that the iPhone 13 Pro Max uses a 4352mAh which is quite decent. However, what about its fast-charging capacity?
According to the official information from Apple, there is no change in the charging power relative to the iPhone 12 series. The charging capacity is still at 20W. However, a series of charging tests have revealed that there are some pleasant changes to the battery of the iPhone 13 series. The iPhone 13 Pro Max charging head ranges from 5W to 96W. The test shows that when the iPhone 13 Pro Max was paired with an Apple 96W charging head, the voltage was at 5V input. After 2 minutes and 49 seconds ago, and the power was at about 13W, the phone is in the off-charging state at this time.
Then the phone was turned on, and then the voltage was adjusted to 9V for fast charging. At this point, the power began to climb to about 26.6W. Then the power began to fluctuate from 26.6W to 11W. The voltage drops from 9V to 5V at 55 minutes and 45 seconds, the power was about 8W. During the entire test, the peak charging power is 9.05V 2.93A 26.60W. However, the entire charging from 0% to 100% takes about 1 hour and 47 minutes.
After 30 minutes of charging, the iPhone 13 Pro Max gets only 48% power. However, after 1 hour of charging, the battery is at 84%. Of course, the full-charge time of the iPhone 13 series is still miles behind its Android counterparts. Nevertheless, we see that there is an increase in the charging capacity of the iPhone 13 Pro Max. From the entire charging test module, we can observe that the fast charging power of the iPhone 13 Pro Max has reached nearly 27W. This is obviously the highest charging capacity of any iPhone. Since this device supports up to 27W fast charging, to get the optimal charging capacity, users can use 30W chargers.
Obviously, the 27W charging capacity of the top flagship iPhone is not stable. This is probably why the company still lists this smartphone as supporting 20W charging. However, this is a sign of good things to come in the charging department of upcoming iPhones.