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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Hieveryone, Aug 8, 2019.
got an anker one works great
Depends on when you start charging it. But since the X is rated to have a design capacity of 2716 MaH (if brand new). I'd say 1 full cycle and 85% of the next cycle.
less since the charging and discharging comes with a loss
You need to know the Whr rating of the power bank. The mAh rating is not accurate although marketing folks love to use it.
As you can see below, even MacRumors staff were fooled because the editors didn't understand the difference.
Correction: iPhone XS and XS Max Smart Battery Cases Have Larger Capacity Than Previous Versions
You've got one, test it and see
Haha I didn't think of that. I charged the external battery, then charged my iphone from like 19% to 100%, and I don't think it used much of the external battery at all.
60% of 5000 is 3000. iPhone X battery size is 2716. Maybe a little over a full charge?
The mAh ratings of the batteries in power banks cannot be used to directly translate, though simple division, into the number of charges for a particular device based on the mAh rating of their batteries, for a number of reasons.
Rather than writing a spiel explaining why, you can simply read this.
I use a 24500 mah power cell
Well let us know once you did your own testing.
And your advice to the question of the OP is: ?