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We think that the iPhone 6 already charges pretty quickly, but if you need more, this Buzzfeed article covers it.
It is easy to lose track of the remaining charge on your iPhone battery, so there may be occasions where you need to power your device as quickly as possible. There is a trick to achieve this with the iPhone 6, however, as a typical iPad adaptor can be used to deliver a quicker and more efficient charge.
Research found that both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were able to effectively use 2.1 Amp power under certain circumstances. So long as you commit to charging your iPhone in short and sharp bursts with the more powerful adapter, you can get it working quickly without damaging its long-term performance.
Both MacRumors and iLounge have found that using higher powered adapters like the ones that ship with the iPad will get your iPhone charged much faster than if you use the standard iPhone 6 charger that you get out of the box. While this may seem like common sense, iLounge says that there was some doubt about whether the iPhone 6 would be able to effectively handle more powerful chargers.
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iPhone 6 Charges Faster with an iPad Charger than the Charger that Comes with it.
When spyware or malware is on your PC it will almost certainly cause your internet connection to dramatically slow down and you will get an excessive amount of annoying pop-up windows. Left untreated, spyware and malware could begin to crash your computer and even lead to identity theft.
Tips for being proactive in avoiding spyware, malware & viruses:
Be cautious of suspicious emails from unknown sources, as they can infect your computer with spyware
Steer clear of websites of ill repute — these are a haven for malicious and annoying intruders
Adding Web Of Trust to your arsenal is helpful in identifying websites that are reportedly unsafe.
WOT displays a colored traffic light next to website links to show you which sites people trust for safe searching, surfing and shopping online: green for good, red for bad, and yellow as a warning to be cautious. The icons are shown in popular search engine results, social media, online email, shortened URL’s, and lots of other sites.
Find out more here: http://www.mywot.com/
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