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Before the presentation of the new iPhones, there were rumors that Apple would not only add a USB Type-C connector to the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, but also support faster charging. However, they didn’t mention anything about this at the last event, and there isn’t much information on the official website. It seems that those expecting a breakthrough will still be disappointed.
According to the Japanese portal Mac Otakara, all new iPhone 15 series support a charging power of 27 W (9 V at 3 A) – this is the same as last year’s 14 series models. Apple representatives say that with an adapter with a power of 20 W or higher, smartphones can replenish energy up to 50% in 30 minutes.
But there is still one important change in the new products – support for reverse charging. During the presentation, Apple showed that you can connect AirPods Pro 2 with a USB Type-C connector to the iPhone 15 to charge them. Mac Otakara notes that in this case, the maximum output power is 4.5 W (5 V / 0.9 A).
Additionally, only the iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max received support for the USB 3.0 standard with the ability to transfer data at speeds of up to 10 Gbps, while the base models are limited to USB 2.0 and 480 Mbps.