jee, 20 Oct 2015is basically 2.1A charging with 5V. this will harm the iPhone 6S battery, reducing performan... moreLol. lies. bye. I have never used a 5W charger I have a stockpile of 12w chargers, and every iPhone since the iPhone 5 have never shown any problems with it.
VixBG, 19 Oct 2015I was charging my iPhone5 with may ipad's charger. It took 6 months to ruin my iPhone's batter... moreFaster charging doesn't reduce battery life by much. You are more likely to reduce your battery life by overcharging instead of faster charging.
ithehappy, 20 Oct 2015I won't! I don't even go near to Apple products, I was talking about the Apple users themselves.Still why would ANYONE brag about a $19 charger?
VixBG, 19 Oct 2015I was charging my iPhone5 with may ipad's charger. It took 6 months to ruin my iPhone's batter... moreIf now the 10W charge is available, probably also the battery charging driver is also modified for these 6s model in order to support this higher current. So the driver will manage the charging si that it will not damage the battery cell.
I my opinion it will be faster but not really damaging for the battery itself.
The Iphone 5 model for sure does not support so much charging power.
is basically 2.1A charging with 5V.
this will harm the iPhone 6S battery, reducing performance and lifespan by, not more than 20%.
Honest Realist, 19 Oct 2015You feel a charger is a reason to brag? Lol, it cost $19 for the 12w charger. That's peanuts d... moreI won't! I don't even go near to Apple products, I was talking about the Apple users themselves.
I was charging my iPhone5 with may ipad's charger. It took 6 months to ruin my iPhone's battery. Faster charging means significantly reduces battery life.
sanan, 19 Oct 2015Rs 20000 for a charger yipeee.I love you Apple.thats for 5W.
ithehappy, 19 Oct 2015These toys are priced higher in India than anywhere in the world if I see right, so I guess Ap... moreYou feel a charger is a reason to brag? Lol, it cost $19 for the 12w charger. That's peanuts dude. Why would you wanna brag about it?
Srb Srb, 19 Oct 2015test it again, also apple is known to have fast charge until 70% but still, use your clock and... moreThen maybe you don't have iPhone 6/6+/6S/6S+
Older iPhone maybe?
Read from these links:
In my experience, even on older iPhones (as old as iPhone 4) they benefit from iPad charger to charge SLIGHTY (only slighty) faster despite their internal has current limiter circuit (limiting to only 1 Ampere in theory) in charging line to the battery, MAYBE because they aren't really limited to 1A, maybe slightly more (1.1A to 1.2A maybe?), because in my experience, charging older iPhones using iPad charger and Xperia P charger (1,5 A) result relatively the same amount of charging time from 5% to 100%.
And in battery charging, it isn't the same as electronic circuits that draw electric current only as they need, batteries can draw as big current as the power source (charger ) can supply, hence current limiter circuit is needed to prolong the battery lifetime (and to prevent from overheat, overcharging, explosion or some other nasty things), and the current limiters are usually in varaible value, they limit more current (let less current flowing) when batteries near fully charged (80%-90%, depends on manufacturers).
These toys are priced higher in India than anywhere in the world if I see right, so I guess Apple is doing this for that reason.
The buyers now have something to brag about, I mean its all about bragging anyway.
leo sk, 19 Oct 2015i can tell. It is so insanely priced in india that even apple felt guilty. So they are just tr... moreOk seriously, it may be because of the 220 volt supply. This would mean that circuits have to bear lesser current for same power and hence could be made cheaper.
talinganz, 19 Oct 2015I still don't get what's the thing about India...i can tell. It is so insanely priced in india that even apple felt guilty. So they are just trying to atone for their overpricing.