We all know very well that the tech giant Apple, recently, introduced its fast charging technology for its new devices, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X. However, now the latest reports are indicating that the new technology of fast charging from the tech giant Apple is just a JOKE.
Apple iPhone 8 Plus Fast Charging Is A JOKE!
The tech giant Apple has brought to the iPhone 8 and iPhone X novelties in the area of charging. There are two new ways to do this, either by charging fast or by charging wirelessly.
These new technologies on iPhone promise faster and simpler uploads, but the truth is that fast loading is proving to be rather slow.
Despite including fast upload on the new iPhone 8, the tech giant Apple decided not to include a charger with this capability in the original package. This results in users having to purchase a special charger and even a dedicated USB-C type cable or use chargers they already own.
To test the fast loading and prove that this is actually better than what competition offers, the YouTuber XEETECHCARE has resolved to equip itself with what the tech giant Apple recommends with an iPhone 8 Plus and an iPhone 7 Plus and put them to the load.
iPhone Quick Charging Does Not Match Expectation
The result was far from what was expected and shows that there is probably something wrong with implementing the technology in the new iPhones. Not only fast loading took much longer than would be expected, but also managed to be slower than the iPhone 7 Plus.
The iPhone 8 Plus, with fast charging, took 2 hours and 11 minutes to reach its maximum load using the Apple-recommended charger and cable, while the iPhone 7 Plus, without fast charging and with the same charger and cable, It took 1 hour and 59 minutes.
It should also be remembered that the iPhone 7 Plus battery is larger than the iPhone 8 Plus battery, with 2900mAh and the iPhone 8 Plus has the battery of 2691 mAh, respectively.
There is, however, good news for iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus users. This behavior may soon be corrected, with the tech giant Appleâ€™s new iOS updates, as the tech giant Apple does in the past.
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