I bought a Blitzwolf "Power3S 24W Dual-Port Smart Wall Charger" recently to be able to charge my 6S faster. To my surprise, it was not able to charge my iPhone any quicker than the original 1A iPhone charger. Sent an email to Blitzwolf support, complaining that there's something wrong with the charger and they replied: "The iPhone 6S can only charge at a max current of 1A, that has been limited by Apple. The 6, 6Plus and 6S plus can charge above 1A." I then tried charging my 6S also with an iPad charger, borrowed from a friend, and I could confirm that not even that charger was able to charge my 6S any quicker. Why would Apple have suddenly limited the 6S to draw only 1A, when it seems that the consensus is that faster charging does not damage the battery of the iPhone 6? I did my best to search for info online, even before buying the Blitzwolf, but I was not able to find any information about successful or unsuccessful "quick charging" of the 6S.