The world is getting ready for a series of new iPhones this Fall as September 7 comes and you will see a launch.

When compared to the outgoing iPhone 13 series, the iPhone 14 series appears to offer some significant upgrades.

On the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models, a faster 30W charging method is anticipated to be one of the major upgrades.

Now, a fresh leak opens up the possibility that Apple will actually provide the Pro models the faster 30W charging.

According to a DuanRui leak, multiple media outlets are receiving 30W chargers from an unnamed company.

However, according to an another tipper named Kioriku, the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will only charge at 30W when the battery is charged all the way down to 0%.

With an increase in the %, the power will decrease to 27–25W. Keep in mind that these are just rumours at this point.

The maximum charging power for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro is reportedly 23W and 27W, respectively. The 30W boost might speed up the recharging times.

These phones shouldn't require more than an hour to fully recharge because their batteries are often smaller than those of Android phones.