IPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max Wireless Charging Test

New iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max smartphones are the first Apple phones to come with a quick

Charger. Now you do not need to buy it separately. And this fact is of great importance! Users are now always at hand with the ability to quickly charge their phones in less than 2 hours. In half an hour, you can charge the iPhone half. What about wireless charging the iPhone 11 Pro?

Wireless charger

Both models (both iPhone 11 Pro Max and iPhone 11 Pro)got support for wireless charging up to 7.5 watts. Of course, this is slower than if we used wired charging at 18 watts. However, everyone is interested in how much slower?

Guys from a foreign resource have already testedthis function and were able to determine the time of wireless charging. Just note that the results exceeded their expectations, because they expected something less. In the end, they were shocked that it took almost 5 hours to fully charge the iPhone 11 Pro Max wirelessly. iPhone 11 Pro fully charges in just over 4 hours!

Below is a detailed description of the wireless charging time:

iPhone 11 Pro

  • in 15 minutes - a charge of 12%
  • 30 minutes - 21%
  • 45 minutes - 30%
  • 1 hour - 38%
  • 1 hour 15 minutes - 45%
  • 1 hour 30 minutes - 51%
  • 1 hour 45 minutes - 57%
  • 2 hours - 64%
  • 3 hours - 83%
  • 4 hours - 98%
  • 4 hours and 12 minutes - full charge

iPhone 11 Pro Max

  • in 15 minutes - 8% charge
  • 30 minutes - 17%
  • 45 minutes - 24%
  • 1 hour - 30%
  • 1 hour 15 minutes - 37%
  • 1 hour 30 minutes - 43%
  • 1 hour 45 minutes - 49%
  • 2 hours - 55%
  • 3 hours - 76%
  • 4 hours - 90%
  • 4 hours 53 minutes - full charge

It is worth noting that, as part of the experiment, Belkin Boost Up wireless charging and the RavPower HyperAir stand were used.

Of course, wireless charging carriesgreat convenience for users. However, its current implementation shows speed much slower than wired charging. Therefore, to use its meaning is not special. However, there are phones on the market that have wireless charging at faster speeds. For example, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro supports fast charging of 27 watts, and several phones from the Chinese manufacturer of Xiaomi phones claim that they reach 30-watt speeds.

If the same indicators were characteristic of a newiPhone, then it would be really cool and would be of great importance from a practical point of view. Now, of course, many of us will prefer the wired charging method, since it is much faster.