Fast charge your iPhone

Use fast charge with certain iPhone models. You can recharge your iPhone up to 50 per cent battery in around 30 minutes.

You can fast charge your iPhone 8 and later up to 50 per cent battery in around 30 minutes.1

Fast charging works when you use an Apple USB-C to Lightning cable and one of these adaptors:

  • Apple 18W, 20W,2 29W, 30W, 35W, 61W, 67W, 87W, or 96W, or 140W USB-C Power Adapter
  • A comparable third-party USB-C power adaptor that supports USB Power Delivery (USB-PD)

If you're not sure which Apple Power Adaptor you have, check the wattage on the top or bottom of the adaptor:

A 20 W USB-C Power Adaptor with its certification label showing.

1. Testing conducted by Apple in August 2017 using pre-production iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus units and software, and in August 2018 using pre-production iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR units and software, with accessory Apple USB-C Power Adaptors (18 W Model A1720, 29W Model A1540, 30W Model A1882, 61 W Model A1718, 87 W Model A1719). Testing conducted by Apple in August 2019 using preproduction iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max units and software and accessory Apple USB-C Power Adaptors (18W Model A1720, 29W Model A1540, 30W Model A1882, 61W Model A1947 and 87W Model A1719). Testing conducted by Apple in February 2020 using pre-production iPhone SE (2nd generation) units and software and accessory Apple USB-C Power Adaptors (18W Model A1720 and 30W Model A1882). Testing conducted by Apple in September 2020 using pre-production iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max units and software and accessory Apple USB-C Power Adaptor (20 W Model A2305). Fast-charge testing conducted with drained iPhone units. Charge time varies with environmental factors; actual results will vary. Testing conducted by Apple in August 2021 using preproduction iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max units and software and accessory Apple USB-C Power Adapter (20W Model A2305). Testing conducted by Apple in February 2022 using preproduction iPhone SE (3rd generation) units and software and accessory Apple USB-C Power Adapter (20W Model A2305). Testing conducted by Apple in August 2022 using preproduction iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max units and software and accessory Apple USB-C Power Adapter (20W Model A2305). Fast-charge testing conducted with drained iPhone units. Charge time varies with settings and environmental factors; actual results will vary.

2. You need a 20W or higher power adapter to fast charge your iPhone 12 and later.

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