According to charging head network reports, for Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max charging tests show that the phone supports up to 27W peak power, while the iPhone 14 standard version supports up to 25W fast charging. If you want to choose a charger, you can basically continue last year’s iPhone 13 strategy, 30W PD fast enough, but of course, you can also choose the official Apple recommendation of 20W.
Micro-blogger @digital idle chat station said, “iPhone 14 Pro measured peak power 26W±, but basically stable, most of the time is 15-20W, full need more than one and a half hours. But the phone life is indeed very cow, charging is still Apple’s weak point, Android camp mid-range machines are popular 100 watts, and even the next have super 100 watts.”
Apple recently released a new iPhone 14 series model, both the regular version and the Pro series are claimed to have 20W fast charging, which can charge up to 50% of the battery in 30 minutes. The certification shows that this model supports chargers up to 29W fast charging and is also compatible with 27W, 12.5W and 5W charging protocols.