It was announced today that the upcoming new generation of iPhone will bring its own USB-C charger, but the phone itself will still provide a Lightning lightning port.
The message came from Charger Lab's tweet, and the picture was a Wechat conversation. The conversation mentioned that the iPhone 11 will be equipped with USB-C charging head, but the iPhone fuselage still uses the Lightning port, allegedly from an industry executives.
If the charger and fuselage of the new iPhone use different ports, Apple will provide a adapter for users, and Charger Lab says Apple will randomly attach the adapter.
If the news is true, it means that Apple will finally abandon the existing 5W charging head, and the new USB-C charging head will provide higher power and fast charging function. The charging head is likely to be the same style as the USB-C charging head provided by the 2018 iPad Pro.
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