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TheBacklash

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They have not officially stated it, nor has any reviews either.
An ad for the qi iphone charger does say 10w.
7.5w is what the x and 8 plus are rated.

Im sure we will find out for sure when ifixit etc tear them down friday.
 

nickchallis92

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And you can always turn off the fast wireless charging option in the settings.

Excluding the option makes absolutely no sense.
 

haqsha23

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According to Daring Fireballs review, it now charges to 100% 30 minutes faster.

It still maxes out at 7.5w, but the iPhone is more efficient.
This would be good news for me as i just bought a belkin boost up special edition wireless charger which maxes out at 7.5W, when i heard 10W i was thinking i made a mistake. I'm still in the return window so if it turns out its 10W i'll probably exchange it even though it wouldn't make much of a difference in terms of speed.
 
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