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Wired charging is generally faster than wireless charging. This is because wired charging transfers power directly to the device’s battery, while wireless charging uses an inductive field to transfer power. The inductive field loses some power during the transfer, which is why wireless charging is slower.
However, the speed of wireless charging has been improving in recent years. Newer wireless charging standards, such as Qi and Powermat, can provide faster charging speeds than older standards. Additionally, some devices, such as the iPhone 13 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, support fast wireless charging, which can further improve charging speeds.
The difference in charging speeds is becoming smaller as wireless charging technology continues to improve.