A new study by ChargerLAB tested the charging speed of the updated iPhone 13 Pro Max. It seems that at the Apple presentation we were not told about all the features of the device.
According to our test, Apple’s new 6.7-inch flagship can charge up to 27W, while last year’s premium model could charge up to 22W.
The peculiarity is that, firstly, the iPhone 13 Pro Max does not charge at a peak power of 27 watts throughout the entire cycle (at first, the power actually peaks, but then it decreases). This is to prevent overheating. Secondly, in order to charge a 27W device, you need an Apple Power Adapter of 30W or higher.
The study also revealed that the iPhone 13 Pro can charge up to 23W peak power. Regarding the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini models, they charge with the same power as last year’s devices.
A source: MacRumors