The iPhone 6s is meant to receive 5 Wattage at 1 amps through the charger in order to get a reasonable speed of charge, not damage the overall capacity of the battery and prevent battery recalibration. By using higher wattage it can alter the lifespan of the device. With this been advertised as 10W will this change when delivered to the iPhone and if not, would Apple still repair a device damaged by something they sell on their site that isn't actually Apple branded?
- Asked by Martin T from Doncaster
- Flag as inappropriate (Charging Wattage)
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What wattage goes through this adaptor?
- Asked by Nicky F
- Flag as inappropriate (What wattage goes through this adaptor?)
- Asked about: USB-C to USB Adapter
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When referring to wattage, is it in the cable or the charger? Or both?
- Asked by Jenifer R from New Town
- Flag as inappropriate (When referring to wattage, is it in the cable or the charger? Or both?)
- Asked about: Apple 30-pin to USB Cable