Does any iPhone take advantage of higher current limits for USB Battery Charging ports?

A USB Battery Charging port can deliver 1.5 A of current at 5 V. My iPhone 8 for instance came with a 1 A charger, so I can't assume that it'll use more than that from a USB A socket (it can however use USB Power Delivery with a USB C cable). Do any iPhones take advantage of the higher current from a USB Battery Charging port? Wikipedia has this to say about USB Battery Charging: The charging device identifies a charging port by non-data signaling on the D+ and D− terminals. A dedicated charging port places a resistance not exceeding 200 Ω across the D+ and D− terminals. Per the base specification, any device attached to a standard downstream port (SDP) must initially be a low-power device, with high-power mode contingent on later USB configuration by the host. Charging ports, however, can immediately supply between 0.5 and 1.5 A of current. The charging port must not apply current limiting below 0.5 A, and must not shut down below 1.5 A or before the voltage drops to 2 V.

Does any iPhone take advantage of higher current limits for USB Battery Charging ports?

A USB Battery Charging port can deliver 1.5 A of current at 5 V. My iPhone 8 for instance came with a 1 A charger, so I can't assume that it'll use more than that from a USB A socket (it can however use USB Power Delivery with a USB C cable).

Do any iPhones take advantage of the higher current from a USB Battery Charging port?

Wikipedia has this to say about USB Battery Charging:

The charging device identifies a charging port by non-data signaling on the D+ and D− terminals. A dedicated charging port places a resistance not exceeding 200 Ω across the D+ and D− terminals.

Per the base specification, any device attached to a standard downstream port (SDP) must initially be a low-power device, with high-power mode contingent on later USB configuration by the host. Charging ports, however, can immediately supply between 0.5 and 1.5 A of current. The charging port must not apply current limiting below 0.5 A, and must not shut down below 1.5 A or before the voltage drops to 2 V.