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With iOS 11.2, the iPhone-compatible support wireless charging, the faster 7.5 W

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Published on Nov 14, 2017

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Starting with iOS 11.2, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X can be reloaded to 7.5 watts using a power strip for wireless charging Qi compatible. Currently, with the iOS 11.1.1, the three devices can be charged at 5 watts using chargers wireless Qi, but Apple has promised that a greater speed would come with future updates. Apparently, that update is iOS 11.2.

The news was communicated from the company RAVpower to the colleagues of MacRumors, who have been running a test to confirm the indiscretion. Using a charger from Belkin sold by Apple, which supports charging at 7.5 watts, the iPhone X has passed from 46% to 66% in about 30 minutes.

The iPhone itself has gone from a charge of 46% to 60% in 30 minutes using a battery charger wireless, which offers wireless charging as fast at 7.5 W. The tests were carried out trying to emulate real life situations, then using a protective cover and with Airplane Mode turned off.

iOS 11.2 is currently available for developers and beta testers to the public. We come to the third beta, and public release could come in a few weeks.

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