According to reports, the iPhone 15 series will launch on September 12, with a series of upgrades compared to last year’s iPhone 14 series. The Cupertino giant is speculated to ditch the traditional Lightning port this time around and add a USB Type-C port to the rumored iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max because Apple has to. Compliance with EU regulations takes effect next year. This transition to modern ports could lead to faster charging for upcoming iPhones. The latest news shows that the iPhone 15 series will support fast charging up to 35W.

A Report Citing unnamed industry sources, 9to5Mac said some models in the iPhone 15 series will be equipped with charging speeds of up to 35W. This would be a major improvement over existing models. The upcoming iPhone 14 Pro supports up to 27W fast charging, while the regular iPhone 14 offers up to 20W fast charging.

Apple released a new 35W power adapter last year with dual USB Type-C ports. If the leaked information is accurate, the company may be advertising this adapter or a 30W MacBook Air charger for the upcoming iPhone 15 models. This new 35W charging speed for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max may be limited as the company looks to widen the gap between regular and Pro models.

In comparison, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra offers up to 45W fast charging. The Google Pixel 7 Pro charges at up to 23W.

Industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo earlier claimed that the iPhone 15 series will support faster charging speeds through the USB Type-C port and cables certified by some companies. Guo Mingchi said that Apple will optimize the fast charging performance of MFi (Made For iPhone) chargers for iPhone 15 models.

Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max models on Tuesday, September 12. Pre-orders for the new phone will likely start on September 22.

All phones in the iPhone 15 series are rumored to be equipped with the Dynamic Island feature this year, which is currently exclusive to the iPhone 14 Pro models. The Pro model is expected to run the Apple A17 Bionic SoC along with 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM. Their base model is said to come with 256GB of storage, while the high-end model offers up to 2TB of storage. The regular iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus can run on the A16 Bionic chip.

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