Apple launched four iPhone 15 series models today. Although Kaiann Drance, Apple’s vice president of iPhone marketing, said that the iPhone 15 series supports the Qi2 wireless charging standard, but the technical specifications The page still shows that it supports 7.5W wireless charging.
On checking Apple’s official technical specifications page it was found that the four iPhone 15 series models are still limited to 7.5W for Qi wireless charging and 15W for MagSafe charging.
iPhone 15/Plus specs page
iPhone 15 Pro / Pro Max specs page
The Qi2 wireless charging protocol is the latest wireless charging standard launched by WPC. Compared with the current Qi standard, Qi2 uses magnetic power distribution map technology, which is claimed to ensure a perfect match between the device and the charger, thus improving energy efficiency. Qi2 will enable the industry to develop faster wireless charging technology while ensuring that the charging process is always safe and does not shorten battery life or damage the receiver.
Before the press conference, ChargerLAB had speculated that the iPhone 15 series could provide the same 15W fast charging as MagSafe after supporting the Qi2 standard, but current official information still retains 7.5W. However, this information needs to wait for the release of the real machine before further confirmation.