While the iPhone 8 and iPhone X Surfaced Annually with Quick charging Service, Apple did Not Package any fast charging accessories with both iPhone models.
But, it’s now noted that the Tim Cook-led company is set to add fast charging-supported adapters and Lightning wires right within the box of their 2018 iPhone family. A special 18W power adapter is said to be developed to supply the new encounter. The 2018 lineup is so far rumoured to include three iPhone models that all are likely to have battery packs larger compared to 2716mAh battery of the iPhone X.
Since reported with a tipster on Weibo, also seen by MacRumors, the new adapters and Lightning cables will include USB-C and will enable charging of an iPhone from 0 to 50 percent in about half an hour. This sounds like the rapid charging technologies that many Android manufacturers offer from the current industry. What’s more, the design appeared in the leaked Weibo post indicate that Apple will overhaul the current iPhone adapter with a USB Power Delivery unit that will feature a USB-C port.
Apple currently offers fast charging service on the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X, but for this, users will need to buy a USB-C to Lightning cable and USB-C power adapter separately. Additionally, third-party accessories makers aren’t allowed officially to make USB-C to Lightning cables. However, the Weibo report indicates that the iPhone maker could open up the conventional and allow its own MFi partners to begin manufacturing compatible wires in 2019.
The availability of USB-C fast charging on the new iPhone versions, if it turns accurate, will definitely update the charging encounter from the conventional USB Type-A power adapter that provides 12W of power. However, we need to wait for a formal note to observe the authenticity of this new development.
Late last year, former KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported that Apple is likely to provide bigger battery packs on the 2018 iPhone versions, together with all the rumoured 5.8-inch iPhone comprising a battery ranging between 2900mAh and 3000mAh. The new versions are also likely to retain wireless charging support which Apple introduced with the 2017 iPhone lineup.