Sunday, January 29, 2023

Does 18W adapter reduces battery health of 11 Pro or 11? Please advise

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    Daren de Leon

    What if I’m using class A 18w charger. Does it affect my battery health?

    Raza Raza

    Yes. Don’t ever never use high voltage adopters. Use 5a charger. Ur mobil betry never low betry percentage.

    Melissa Kautz

    I like wireless chargers. They charge the iPhone at 7.5 watts I believe

    Shafaat Baloch
    Amar Sawant

    Yes. You can use 5w regular charger. I use 18w charger in my 11 pro only when in hurry.

    Neil Dyke

    The 18w charger is standard on pro max anyway….

    Marsel Madzar

    I charge with it every day, and I still have 100%. (I have and iPhone 11 Pro since November 2019)

    Zaid Shilleh

    Just use the fast charger from the new iphone 11 or 11 pro or orginal cube and cord from Apple for best results

    Shahid Fx
    Banini Prince

    I have been using the fast charger too and my battery health is still 💯

    Benjamin Li

    I think the 18W charging adapter reduces the battery health of iPhone. I have an iPhone 11 Pro and I tried not to use the 18W adapter but instead, used the iPhone 11 (not Pro) type slow charger to not wear down the battery. So in conclusion, just try to avoid fast charging as much as possible. My battery health stayed at 100 percent for about two months from when I brought it.

    Aman Hossain

    Yes; yesterday I read all the 11 Pro details at Apple website and they are also telling that only when you are on hurry then you can use fast charger which they provided with the mobile. Even they are not recommending to use this for all time. M

    Vincent Sheng

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    Kaisee Phomvithee

    But 11 pro only have the 18w so do i have any choice?

    Haikal Kal


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