Charging your iPhone battery does not have to take too long. The era of waiting a long time for a fully charged battery is long gone, nowadays, you just need the right fast charger, and you will be blown away. See the best options out there in our list of 5 Best Fast iPhone Chargers:
1. Anker PowerPort Atom PD 1:
If you need a fast iPhone charger that is bigger than the popular 5W Apple power adapter, this is an amazing choice. This adapter comes with a 30W punch and it can charge everything, including your iPhone and the new Macbook Air M1. This charger actually adds about 50% battery life to most iOS devices in 30 minutes. It is not too expensive too.
2. Anker PowerPort PD 2:
Even if Anker’s PowerPort PD2 has been around for a while, this is still one of our favorite fast iPhone chargers.
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It provides dual charging with an 18W USB-C port and a 12W USB-A Port and it is simple to throw in a bag or suitcase, thanks to a folding plug. It is durable enough for most users too.
3. Anker PowerPort PD 60W 5-Port USB Wall Charger:
This amazing charger possesses a USB-C port with PD for charging up to 30W, and it comes with 4 USB-A ports. Its USB-A ports support up to 12W of output each, with a maximum output of 30W shared between them.
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You will get a USB-C-to-USB-C cable, but it is preferable to go for a USB-C-to-Lightning cable to get the quickest iPhone charging speeds.
4. Apple 18W USB-C Adapter:
There you have it – a comprehensive list of 5 of the best fast iPhone chargers to buy. This charger is underrated and it is not very costly. You can be rest assured that it will work well with your iOS device and Apple sells it as a standalone item. You are advised to go for a USB-C-to-Lighting cable while you’re shopping.
5. Aukey Focus Duo 30W Dual-Port PD Charger:
This charger possesses USB-A and USB-C ports for dual charging, and a smart power management system to charge your devices rapidly. When you use only the USB-C port, the adapter provides up to 30W charging, but when you use both ports, it sends 18W to the USB-C port and 12W to the USB-A port.
This product ships without any cables, therefore you will need to pick up a USB-C-to-Lightning cord to get the quickest iPhone charge.
There you have it – a comprehensive list of 5 of the best iPhone chargers to buy. If you have any personal favorite or other recommendations, feel free to drop them in the comment section below.
More Information On Charger:
A battery charger, or recharger, is a device used to put energy into a secondary cell or rechargeable battery by forcing an electric current through it.
A simple charger works by supplying a constant DC or pulsed DC power source to a battery being charged. A simple charger typically does not alter its output based on charging time or the charge on the battery. This simplicity means that a simple charger is inexpensive, but there are tradeoffs.
Typically, a carefully designed simple charger takes longer to charge a battery because it is set to use a lower (i.e., safer) charging rate. Even so, many batteries left on a simple charger for too long will be weakened or destroyed due to over-charging. These chargers also vary in that they can supply either a constant voltage or a constant current, to the battery.
Simple AC-powered battery chargers usually have much higher ripple current and ripple voltage than other kinds of battery chargers because they are inexpensively designed and built. Generally, when the ripple current is within a battery’s manufacturer recommended level, the ripple voltage will also be well within the recommended level.