Why iPhone 13 Users Need a Multi-port USB PD Fast Charger?
If you’re an old audience. You may know that ChargerLAB has posted the charging test for all iPhone 13 series. You can click here to view it.
All four models can support the USB PD fast-charging protocol and charge 58% within 30 mins. And we will recommend 30W or above charger.
Most chargers of 30W and below have only one USB-C. But for some high-power devices, there’re 45W, 65W, and 100W can be selected. Those high-power chargers can be divided into single-port chargers and multi-port chargers.
Multi-port chargers have more output ports, more fast-charging protocols, and can adapt to more complex charging scenarios.
Then, ChargerLAB will deeply analyze the reasons why iPhone 13 users need a multi-port USB PD fast charger.
1. You can charge multiple iPhones simultaneously
All iPhone models have supported the USB PD fast charging since iPhone 8, as does the iPhone 13 series.
At present, most mainstream multi-port chargers can support multiple PD outputs, which can charge multiple iPhone 13 simultaneously. In this case, you do not have to wait for one to be fully charged before replacing it.
2. It can be compatible with high-power laptops
Multi-port chargers generally have higher power than single-port ones. And the 65W and above are the most popular model. It can fully output when you only charge one device.
For example, we use a 100W multi-port charger to charge the MacBook Pro. The peak power can reach 90W, which is enough to provide the full-power PD fast charging for the laptop.
3. All-in-one Charging
If you’re a businessman or tech fan, you might have several mobile phones, tablets, and laptops that need to be charged. You can just use one charger to charge those devices at the same time.
If your electric toothbrush, watch, razor also support USB-C, you can even charge all your devices with one charger.
4. Large size can reduce temperature
Many people may be curious about why the original charger is very hot while charging.
That’s because the power of the original charger is usually lower than or equal to your phone. So, the charger will be fully loaded while charging.
But the power of multi-port charger is much higher. So, the load pressure and temperature won’t be that high.
5. Become the charging station on your desktop
Typically, we will plug the charger into the outlet and connect it with your devices.
But sometimes, the position of the wall outlet is too far from your desktop, and then you have to use an additional power strip, the whole working place will be messy.
In this case, you can use those multi-port chargers, which adopt a “charging station” design. This kind of multi-port charger can be put on your desktop through a split cable. It is more convenient for users to charge desk lamp, mice, keyboard, and many other devices, making the desktop tidier.
6. Smaller size for better travel
We all hope that our luggage can be as small and light as possible when traveling.
It will be a disaster if you carry several chargers for different devices in your bag.
So, the multi-port chargers can solve this problem. Some multi-port chargers even adopt high-frequency and high-efficiency GaN components to achieve higher power density. I believe it’ll be more convenient for you to get a better travel experience.
7. Each USB-C supports fast charging
When looking at different chargers on the power strip, we have to distinguish which one can support fast charging and which one cannot.
But mainstream multi-port chargers can support fast charging at full speed, no matter which USB port you’d like to choose.
Every USB port can support complete charging protocol, which can be more compatible with more devices.
Summary of ChargerLAB
Compared with the single-port charger, the multi-port charger has multiple USB ports and can charge different devices simultaneously, including tablets, notebooks, and other devices.
And the “desktop” design can make it possible to directly charge from your desktop instead of a wall outlet or power strip.
Moreover, it usually supports various fast-charging protocols except the PD protocol, which can adapt to more cables and devices.
Because of those advantages, more and more brands are working on multi-port chargers. If you’re iPhone 13 user, feel free to take a look at the multi-port charger and choose the one you’d like.