Now comes the leak on USB-C Charger for iPhone 11, and lo behold! Its a USB-C charger with lightning to USB-C cable, so sayeth tweet by ChargerLAB.
Apple is to have its annual unveiling event in September 2019, and all eyes are fixed on the models and features that its new 2019 iPhones will carry.
The previous 5W Charger was having a USB-C charger with lightning connector. Thus, it is expected that the new charger and its lightning cable will offer faster charging than the previous one.
5W Charger Dropped in New iPhone 11 Model?
In a first, the new iPhone is likely to be despatched with a faster charger, with the connector on the actual device being lightning, says 9to5mac in its post.
😆The iPhone 11 will come with a USB-C charger. pic.twitter.com/FqYgAHJnqx
— ChargerLAB (@chargerlab) August 20, 2019
Last year, ChargerLAB tweeted renders for new Apple’s USB-C Charger. However, it proved otherwise incase of 2018 iPhone XS, XS Max and iPhone XR.
According to the 9to5mac post, “The iPhone 11 is not expected too feature too many external chassis changes, perhaps using a new matte glass texture and featuring the now-infamous square camera bump to house a triple camera system. The new rear camera is expected to be a significant upgrade in photo quality over the current lineup, plus adding an ultrawide zoom lens and intelligent features like Smart Frame.”
Bundle USB-C Charger Follows New Model Naming Controversy
There already is a raging controversy over the naming of iPhone 11 Pro. Questions about the number of the camera lens (two or three), under-display finger ID, better AR/VR experience, etc. all are being debated upon as the launch date arrives in September.
Rounding off, the report says, “Assuming the leaks are correct, we’ll see Apple officially unveil the iPhone 11 (and iPhone 11 Pro) lineup in just under three weeks time.”
Earlier, Mactakora is also reported to have mentioned about bidirectional less feature according to this news blog.
Finally, if its fast charging that Apple plans for its new iPhone 11 models debuting in September, then don’t be surprised.
Be prepared to find USB-C charger with lightning to USB-C cable neatly under-tucked in it!