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Surprise: The iPhone X supports fast charging, but you’ll have to pay extra

The Next Web Wednesday, 13 September 2017
Surprise: The iPhone X supports fast charging, but you’ll have to pay extraWhile Apple finally added wireless charging to the iPhone X and 8, there was no mention of fast charging – arguably a more useful innovation – during the company’s keynote. Turns out Apple just decided not to tell anyone: The new iPhones do support fast charging, but you’ll need to buy a special adapter to use it. 9to5Mac spotted the feature in Apple’s official spec pages for its new iPhones. The company lists all its new phones as being able to charge to 50 percent from a drained battery in 30 minutes, which is comparable to most of Android flagships. Unfortunately,…

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News video: iPhone X Fast Charges Up to 50% in Just 30 Minutes

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iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are now official, and you may be pleased to know Apple's latest phones support fast charging.This means you can get up to 50% power after 30 minutes if your battery is completely drained from the start. However, there is a downfall to taking advantage of fast...

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