The iPhone Wireless Charging Test

    The iPhone Wireless Charging Test
    The iPhone Wireless Charging Test

    What’s up, everybody, Today we’re going to do the ultimate iPhone wireless charging test.

    They know three hundred and ninety nine dollar iPhone s e is out now, and some of you might not know that wireless charging is included in this more affordable iPhone. So it’s a perfect time to test it with the rest of the iPhone lineup.

    The only one not here is the iPhone TNR, but the iPhone 11 has a similar battery size.

    So we can use those numbers. If you have a 10 are all of these phones are currently drained at zero percent. And I’m going to put these on a wireless chargers and start the timer now. He usually takes a little while to get these up and running during this test.

    I wanted to make sure that the phones were on. All of them were connected to Wi-Fi. All have SIM cards inside of them and also getting notifications because this is how we charge phones in the real world.

    And I wanted the results to be accurate. The wireless chargers that I’m using for this test is from the video sponsor anchor. If you’re looking for a quality wireless charger that won’t break the bank.

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    All of the Chargers used here will give any of these iPhone’s full charging speeds up to seven point five watts super easy to use. Just lay your phone on top.

    And just like that, you’re topping up. Anchor has a ton of wireless chargers to fit your needs from the simple single charger to the dual charger you see here that can charge two devices at the same time. Which is perfect for the bedside overnight with some air pods on the second side.

    The stand is nice for desk setups and I like this one with two USP ports on the back so I can charge other devices at the same time.

    If you don’t use an iPhone, that’s OK too. These chargers are compatible with Android phones as well. So I’ll leave a link down below for you if you’re interested.

    No reason to overpay for the convenience of wireless charging. After 15 minutes, we have 15 percent on the iPhone s e. We have seven percent on the iPhone eleven pro Permax, 10 percent on the iPhone eleven pro, which is not bad.

    And now five percent on the iPhone. Eleven after 30 minutes, the iPhone essy is at twenty five percent. So based on this, it should take about two hours or so for a full charge. Let’s see if that’s true.

    We have 16 percent on the iPhone 11 pro max. So I’m wondering how long this will take to fully charge the iPhone 11 pro has 19 percent and the iPhone 11 is now up to 16 percent.

    So now you have an idea what a 30 minute wireless charging session will give you on these iPhones. Now, let’s go ahead and jump to every 30 minutes after one hour. Forty four percent on the iPhone s e. Almost half.

    Twenty nine percent on the iPhone 11 pro max. IPhone 11 pro at 34 percent.

    And the iPhone eleven also at 34 percent. Right around the hour and a half mark, the iPhone essy is at 64 percent. The iPhone 11 pro max is now at 43 percent. So that almost 4000 millionth, our battery is slow to replenish here wirelessly.

    The smaller iPhone eleven pro with the bit over 3000 million hours is now at 50 percent and now 51 percent on the iPhone eleven, which has a slightly bigger battery.

    So it’s taking the lead here out of the three eleven series phones at two hours.

    The iPhone Essy has 77 percent charge. This is surprising with a very small. Eighteen hundred and twenty one million. Our battery, 56 percent on the iPhone 11 pro Macs. Sixty five percent on the iPhone 11 pro. And 67 percent on the iPhone. Eleven.

    Two hours and 30 minutes in 88 percent still on the iPhone s. E. So that to our estimate that I had was totally wrong.

    Sixty eight percent on the iPhone, 11 pro Macs, 78 percent on the iPhone. Eleven pro. So only 10 percent behind the S. E, which is interesting. And the iPhone 11 now at 84 percent, which is almost as fast as the iPhone S e and has a much larger battery.

    So this is very weird, but interesting. Three hours in, we have 98 percent on the iPhone, Essy.

    So we’re almost finished here. The iPhone 11, pro Macs at 81 percent, iPhone eleven at 90 percent. So all of these numbers are getting closer together.

    And the iPhone eleven at 94 percent. So we’re almost there. I kept checking every five minutes or so, but it took three hours and 18 minutes to fully get the iPhone essy to 100 percent. So that is the first iPhone to finish.

    So we can put this to the side now at about three hours and 32 minutes.

    The iPhone eleven finishes to 100 percent. This is actually not too bad for the size of the battery in comparison to the s.E.C. Three hours and 43 minutes later, the iPhone 11 pro finishes to 100 percent charge that I checked back at four hours.

    And the iPhone 11 pro Macs are still at ninety eight percent.

    Then finally, at four hours and eleven minutes, the iPhone 11 pro Macs finally reaches 100 percent. So this test shows that no matter what the size of the battery is, the iPhone seems to charge at a consistent speed in the beginning and trickle charges at the end.

    Probably great for battery longevity, but surprised at the speed of the SC on this test.

    But I hope this video helped you out. Wireless charging on iPhones should be used bedside before bed. I think this is the best application in. My opinion is not fast enough for a quick top ups, but is still convenient regardless.

    Let me know what you think in the comments below about the iPhone’s wireless charging speeds in 2020. I’m going to leave a link down below so you can pick up one of these anchor charges for your iPhone. There’s no need to overpay since you’ll get the full seven point five watt speed out of these hit that like button.

    Thank you for watching and I will see you in the next one.


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