Updating your phone isn't enough to boost your charging speed, however.
Qi chargers can support 15W of wireless charging, but it's not known whether Apple's iPhone lineup can do the same.
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MacRumors' testing suggested a slightly faster charge. The Qi standard, now at v1.2, actually supports up to 15W being delivered. Apple has been coy about the wireless charging tech inside its devices.
With that being said, there are a number of cheap Qi-compatible chargers already on the market that support 5W charging on the iPhone 8 family and iPhone X including the $15.99 CHOETECH T511 charging pad.
Since iOS 11.2 is now in beta, available to developers and those enrolled in Apple's public beta, tests on the upgraded charging speeds have already been possible.