Here are list of iPhone models that support fast charging & here’s how to use the iPhone fast charging feature

Does your iPhone charge slowly? Do you know the fact that you can recharge your iPhone up to 50 percent battery in around 30 minutes on supported iPhone models with supported charging cable and supported Power Adapter? In case you don’t know, yes, you can. So what are the supported models? Do check out the list below and how you can make use of this fast charging feature.

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Here are the list of iPhone models that support fast charging

In short, any iPhone 8 and newer do support fast charging. Mentioned on Apple support page, you can fast charge your supported iPhone models up to 50 percent battery in around 30 minutes with supported charging cable and supported wall plug / Power Adapter.

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Any iPhone 8 or newer compatible with fast charging.

In case you don’t really aware of the iPhone model nomenclature, here are the full list as of when this article is written.

iPhone models support fast charging
iPhone 8 series: iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
iPhone X
iPhone XS series: iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max
iPhone XR
iPhone 11 series: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max
iPhone SE 2nd Generation
iPhone 12 series: iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max
iPhone 13 series: iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max
And other future iPhone models after iPhone 13.

How to make use of iPhone fast charging feature

These are the steps you need to do to make use of the iPhone fast charging feature.


1) Ensure you have the supported iPhone models that support fast charging feature

See above table to ensure you have the iPhone model that support faster charging. If your iPhone is not within the list, I’m sorry but you can’t use fast charging feature.


2) Use fast-charging supported charging cable

Fast charging on supported iPhone models works when you use an Apple (or other brands MFi certified) USB-C to Lightning cable. In case you don’t have one, here’s the link to get it.


On Amazon:

Link to get itApple USB-C to Lightning Cable on Amazon

Anker MFi Certified USB-C to Lightning Cable on Amazon (Much cheaper option)

On AliExpress:

Link to get ituGreen MFi Certified USB-C to Lightning Cable on AliExpress

Note: If you buy anything from Amazon / AliExpress using links above, I will earn a small commission at no extra cost charged on your purchases.


3) Use fast-charging supported Power Adapter / Wall Plug

Don’t charge your iPhone to your Mac or Computer if you are looking to use the fast charging feature, but instead use the supported Power Adapter and wall plugs.

Here are list of supported wall plugs and power adapters

  • Apple 18W, 20W, 29W, 30W, 61W, 87W, or 96W USB-C Power Adapter
  • A comparable third-party USB-C power adapter that supports USB Power Delivery (USB-PD)

Do note that iPhone 12 or newer requires at least the 20W Power Adapter for fast charging.

In case you don’t have any supported Power Adapter and wall plugs, here’s the link to get it.


On Amazon:

Link to get itApple 18W USB-C Power Adapter on Amazon
Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter on Amazon
Apple 30W USB-C Power Adapter on Amazon
Anker 65W USB-C Power Adapter on Amazon

On AliExpress:

Link to get itOEM 18W USB-C Power Adapter on AliExpress
Original 20W USB-C Power Adapter on AliExpress
OEM 29W, 30W, 61W, 87W USB-C Power Adapter on AliExpress

Note: If you buy anything from Amazon / AliExpress using links above, I will earn a small commission at no extra cost charged on your purchases.


4) Plug the charging cable to your iPhone then to your Power Adapter

Last but not least is to plug the charging cable, the lightning connector to your iPhone and the other end to your Power Adapter, then plug the Power Adapter to your electric socket.


That’s it. There’s no option to set or configure on your iPhone. There also won’t be any indicator that your iPhone is actually making use of the fast charging feature. One thing you can do is to set timer for half an hour and see if your iPhone battery get charged at least to 50% within half an hour. If it does, then congrats. You have just made use of the iPhone fast charging feature.


Bring it all together

So now you know another great feature available on your iPhone, so be sure to make use this fast charging feature so that you get the best maximum iPhone experience.

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