Choose the charger for your new iPhone 14 and 14 Pro carefully by consulting this table.

As the new iPhone 14 have already reached users, we can begin to see the tests they carry out on the terminals. Some of those are not worth telling, but others, however, are. We refer to the test. On this occasion we have the possibility of knowing the speeds at which the new terminals load. Both the “normal” model and the Pro. Tests carried out providing useful data on, for example, which charger is the most valuable for fast charging.

With the new iPhone 14 already on the market, we can see the results of the tests that are being carried out on them. Many of them are very useful, such as this one made by the Chinese website Chongdiantou.The test tries to determine the charging speed of the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro terminals, but above all it will help us determine what type of charger we can use to fill the terminal’s battery. faster and of course more efficiently.

Having seen the tests carried out by these experts, it has been determined that despite what it may seem, one of the company’s chargers is the one that charges the fastest and does not correspond to the most expensive, far from it. The surprise is that the 30W charger that is priced at 45 euros and can be found here, the speed it reaches with the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro Max is close to its maximum compatible charging speeds of 25W and 27Wrespectively.

It is not the one that loads faster, because for example the 67W one charges a little faster. What happens is that in terms of value for money, the 30W is the one that gives the best result, without a doubt. Let’s not say what happens with the new 35W, which is very little less than the peak it reaches, but it is already less and what it is about is that if I pay more it reaches better figures and it is not like that.

iPhone 14 and Pro charging speed

In tests, it has been found that the iPhone 14 Pro Max can briefly reach maximum charging speeds of almost 29W with Apple’s older 29W power adapter, which was designed for the 12-inch MacBook and recalled in June 2018.