Apple iPhone 14 Plus charging test: 14.5V can break through 28W fast charge

The iPhone 14 Plus with a 6.7-inch display, upgraded dual-camera system, car crash detection, A15 bionic chip, and the best battery life in an iPhone to date has been authorized by Apple in retail stores. Distributor for sale.

According to the charging head network, Apple's iPhone 14 Plus out-of-box compatibility test shows that 14.5V can break through 28W fast charging, and the normal 9V3A can be satisfied. For chargers within 20W, the power can basically run to the peak of the charger. Above 20W, unlike the iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Plus can maintain high power for a period of time at the peak, up to 27W, and can also maintain high power of 25W and 26W under normal conditions, not for a brief moment. A relatively special 29W charger can achieve a fast charge of more than 28W through a 14.5V voltage, but the temperature will be slightly higher if it is charged in this way. Several other chargers perform relatively normally.

Apple's official website shows that in order to achieve the goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2030, the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus no longer come with power adapters and EarPods. A USB-C to Lightning cable is included in the box, supports fast charging, and is compatible with USB-C power adapters and computer ports. We recommend reusing your existing USB-A to Lightning cable, power adapter, and headphones, which are compatible with these iPhone models. But if you need any new Apple power adapters or headphones, you can always buy them.

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