Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Future Apple iPhones To Feature Fast Chargers In The Box

Future Apple iPhones To Feature Fast Chargers In The Box

The report on Wednesday, May 16, from ChargerLab says this year's iPhone iteration will come with an 18-watt USB-C-to-lightning fast chargers in the box.

Apple will launch three new iPhone X successors this fall, and all of them are supposed to work with new MacBooks, and other modern laptops, right out of the box.

More than a season and a half Apple developers have lost to finally start producing these gadgets, which will be equipped with the new iPhone.

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The new power brick will also charge at a higher wattage.

The information about the new charger is claimed to be obtained from a source inside the production line. The availability of the USB Type-C input will enable fast charging - as fast as 50 percent of charge in about 30 minutes - and will be complemented with a USB Type-C to Lightning cable. It's also supposed to be thinner than the current charger, according to the blog.

Earlier this month, a report from Weibo first detailed the 2018 iPhone accessory and mentioned the charger will have a different form factor, consistent with today's leak. However as far as iPhone users are concerned, Apple only introduced fast charging to its iPhones previous year, but even then it wasn't exactly a straightforward process where users could expect it right out of the box. Also, the European plug on the renders suggests that apart from offering the new experience in the US, Apple is designing its fast charging accessories for global markets, including the United Kingdom and India.

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