#ChargeGate Apple iPhone 7 Plus Battery Charging Test - Standard Charger vs iPad Charger. How much faster does the iPhone 7 Plus Charge using the iPad Charger and WHY is this not included in the box?
Pixel XL vs iPhone 7 Plus vs Galaxy S7 Edge - Battery Charging Speed Test - https://youtu.be/XEHMmZG08-U
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I have the iPhone 8 Plus and i have been using the iPad charger the past 2 months, and since then ive noticed that my battery drains alot quicker (before my battery was enough for 1-2 days and now i cant go through one day!), could the charger have caused the problem?
The reason the I pad charger is faster is because the amount of power the I pad charger has compared to the I phone charger. Using an IPad charger on an I phone can mess up your phone because your phone isn’t used to taking in that much power so after a while the battery get messed up. I’m not 100% positive this can happen but it’s possible.
This comparison would be much more accurate if you had charged the same phone twice, once with each charger. How quickly a battery charges has a lot to do with where it is in its life cycle. As they get older, they charge more quickly (but also deplete quickly).
bitch Pleasee, Stop Bitching About How Fast charging Ruins your Battery i have had my Htc one m8 for almost 4.5 years now and i have been using my Fast Charger for probably around 2...3 years and My Battery Is as good as the day i bought it, SO BULLSHIT ON fast charging Ruining your battery
I think it takes 2 hr and 5 mins to charge the iphone 8 plus with the "fast charge" feature, will we get the same effects with a cheaper iPad charger? Because the iphone 7 plus was able to charge in 2hr and 5 mins with the iPad charger, and the 7 plus has a larger battery.
I wouldn't think it's safe for the battery, i believe the iPad one runs at 12v and the iPhone one at 5v so it could work but probably burn out over time due to the excessive watt intake, remember p=v•i when voltage increases, potential intake increases
VOOC Rapid Charge and DASH Charge are kings 👑👑
Runner-ups are Adaptive Fast Charge, Turbo Charge, and QuickCharge 3.0,.
I'm using an Asus Zenfone 3 5.5" ZE552KL and it's the top spec model ( 4GB RAM + 64 ROM ) running 7.0 now all for $379. I'm literally scratching my head how a $769 smartphone would ship with a 5V charger. Even with the iPad charger with 15V it takes the iPhone 7 Plus's 2900mAh battery to charge from 0% to 100% for 2:05h, and with the 5V charger it takes a staggering 3:43h. While my $379 phone with a 3000mAh battery charges from 0% to 80% in 1h flat. It takes my phone from 0% 100% in 1:45h. The last 20% takes 45mins. Thanks QuickCharge 3.0
The faster you charge a battery the more stress you put it under shortening its life. Maybe Apple wanted to make sure the battery lasted longer in the long run.
Your iPhone takes over 30 min longer to charge than the other video I just watched. Maybe that's the latest software, or that 3% the other video used really makes the 30min difference.
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