Apple’s upcoming iPhone 15 models are rumoured to be supporting charging up to 35W - an 8W increase compared to the maximum charging speed of the latest iPhone, the iPhone 14, which supports a charging speed of 27W.
A similar speculation was made last year that suggested that the iPhone 15 models would come with USB-C resulting in faster charging speeds.
Apple’s power adapters have been discontinued since 2020 anyway, so there is a high likelihood that the company will be recommending purchase of its the 35W dual USB-C charger or the 30W USB-C charger instead that is designed for the Macbook Air.
Another factor that makes the prediction more believable is that The European Union has already released a deadline, December 28, 2024, for all new phones including iPhones to use USB-C for wired charging.
The iPhone 15 line-up is set to be revealed on September 12 and is expected to include a total of four phones: the base iPhone 15, an iPhone 15 Max, an iPhone 15 Pro, and an iPhone 15 Pro Max. Alongside improved charging speed, the models are expected to showcase a titanium frame, thinner bezels, changes in volume buttons, and a special new shade of red, among other specs.