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iOS 13.1 puts a 5W cap on some wireless chargers

Michail, 04 October 2019Apple iOS
According to new reports, Apple’s iOS 13.1 is putting a 5W cap on certain wireless chargers. The issue seems to be affecting both Apple certified and non-certified wireless pads. According to some reports, Qi wireless chargers from Belkin, Mophie and Anker are not affected.

iOS 13.1 puts a 5W cap on some wireless chargers 
Now, ChargerLab reports that with iOS 13.1, Apple is only supporting 7.5W wireless charging for pads that support fixed-frequency voltage regulation which is recommended by Apple. This means that even the new iPhone 11 lineup which supports up to 10W fast wireless charging tops out a mere 5W on chargers which delivered 7.5W back on iOS 13.

iOS 13.1 puts a 5W cap on some wireless chargers 
Back in 2017, Apple brought 5W wireless charging to its lineup with the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and iPhone X. Later on, with the release of iOS 11.2 those models could also benefit from faster 7.5W speeds with Apple-certified Qi wireless chargers. The iPhone XS lineup and the new iPhone 11s can go up to 10W provided you have the right charging pad.
 
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