Starting with the iPhone 6, Apple made it possible to charge it from 0 to 100% almost twice as fast. These handy tips can help you supercharge your iPhone from 0-10% in just five minutes.
TURN ON FLIGHT MODE
Switch your phone to flight mode while it’s charging and you’ll find that the power bar creeps up that little bit faster. In this mode, your phone can’t connect to Wi-Fi or mobile networks, so your battery usage will decrease and your device will power up faster. This option can be found in your phone’s settings menu, or by swiping up from the bottom of your home screen.
TURN ON LOW-POWER MODE
Activate low power mode by delving into the battery option under the settings menu and your screen’s energy consumption will decrease drastically. This mode will also shut down any background functions chewing through your power supply, meaning your phone will store more juice while plugged in.
TURN OFF PUSH NOTIFICATIONS
Push notifications are the little icons and messages which your phone displays on its lock screen whenever you get a text or an update. Switching these off while you’re plugged in will help to keep power to a minimum, preventing your phone screen from flashing up and eating power.
USE AN OPTIMUM CHARGER
The best kind of charging device for speed is an iPad wall charger, which can transfer more amps of electricity per second than any of the others. That means it's more efficient than a charger plugged into a computer, or an iPhone charger plugged into the mains. (It's worth nothing that only the iPhone 6 and newer models are capable of accepting 2.1 amps per second, which is the amount the iPhone wall charger provides).
LEAVE YOUR PHONE ALONE
And that includes turning it on to check the time. The more you turn on the phone's display, the more battery it uses up, which makes sense really.