At present it has a wide range of mobile devices with Android, they have built the quick charging technology that can go from zero to fifty percent charge in about thirty minutes and apparently the next iPhone 7 could be able to offer similar technology fast load created by the Cupertino company, as a publication that reports attributed to a Chinese source unverified.
From Twitter a picture of an alleged circuitry that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus should be used to support at least 5 volts and 2 amps for fast charging, a vast improvement over boots current iPhone that have a rated current published 1 ampere.
On the left side of the image above, a logic board from an iPhone 6s and on the right shows what is supposedly a plate of a iPhone 7 with improved technology to support rapid charging circuit is shown.
IPhones currently implement some sort of fast charging technology base, but nothing like the technology implemented in the Galaxy S7, for example. Note that you can charge iPhones using adapters iPad 2.1A / 12W which are considerably more powerful. For example, using an adapter iPad in the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6s may reach 90 percent charge in about two hours.
If fast charging technology comes to fruition, the iPhone 7 would take about 60 minutes to complete their cargo from scratch.
From the same Twitter account where this image was published, they have also been recently uploaded pictures of what appear to be pieces of the iPhone 7 in Space black color. Because the source of the information is not 100% reliable, take the news with tweezers.