Growth in the use of mobile phones is primarily driven by social media, surfing and app downloads, even all the phone manufacturers prepare every year new flagship phones with bigger screen and more functions just like 3D touch, but it still takes years and countless money to develop the battery technology which can meet all needs about battery life. Taking a power bank with you is far more than that you can make phone calls with friends and family, but it also means that you can always connect with the rest of the world.
How to use a power bank? Should I check the power bank charger instructions to get more information? Don’t worry, we just collected all information you need here.
Is your power bank compatible with all smartphones? Should you particularly choose a power bank for iPhone? Will your power bank charge your Nexus 6P? How many times can 10000mAh power bank charge your iPhone 6? So many people may have same questions like you. Let’s take five minutes to have a look about these answers.
Power Bank (for example: SUNJACK HEAT BANK ) just like its name, it can store battery and charge your device anytime you need.
How to charge power bank? Don’t check the power bank charger instructions but look at here first, best way to save your time.
Just plug one cable from the AC power to the power bank. It will start to charge your power bank. But be careful, some power banks like EasyAcc power banks is equipped with automatic power off protection, once the power bank is fully charged, it will automatically power off. But pay attention to some other power banks, don’t charge it too long, otherwise it will be too hot to touch or may even burn.
How To Use A Power Bank To Charge Your Device?
Normally the charging speed not only depends on the output of power bank, but also the input of your devices. Let’s have an example. When you open the iPhone 6 package, you will find that the standard 5V 1A iPhone 6 charger, which can theoretically delivery 1A electric current for your iPhone 6 with 1810mAh battery. But when you use a power bank with 2.4A output or an iPad charger with 2.1A output (yes, apple allows you charge in this way), it can theoretically delivery 2A electric current to your iPhone 6, which can save half time for charging.
So the problem is, when you take a power bank with 2A output to charge your device with 1A/0.5A input just like Sony a6000 camera, what would happened? Ill-suited current may increase the risk to damage your devices’ battery. (How power bank charge camera?)
But now many power bank manufacturers like EasyAcc and Anker have solved this problem with Build-in Smart Technology. It can automatically identify the type of device and output the suitable electric current for your device. So the charging performance of our power bank is just perfect like the original power adapter.