On September 20, Apple's new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro series will be officially launched, still supporting fast charging and wireless charging. Compared to the previous generation of iPhone XR and iPhone XS, not only the sale price has been reduced to a certain extent, but also the iPhone 11 Pro series is the standard USB-C to Lightning data cable and the 18W fast charging charger with USB-C interface. To know that the 5W charger has been in the history of nearly 10 years. Customers no longer need to buy fast-charging equipment alone.
However, for the lower-priced iPhone 11, it is still the ancestral USB-A to Lightning data cable and 5V/1A conventional charger, and the screen has been reduced from OLED screen to LCD screen, and the rear three cameras to dual cameras.
In fact, since the beginning of the iPhone 8 series, it has been supporting fast charging and wireless charging, but Apple insisted on 5V/1A at that time. The standard data cable and charger did not support fast charging at all, which also led to a large number of users with the iPhone can not enjoy fast charging. This time, Apple finally compromised, adapting to the needs of today's fast charging era, equipped with USB-C to Lightning data cable and the 18W fast charging charger with USB-C interface, which can charge up to 50% of the electricity in about 30 minutes. I believe that this move of Apple will strongly promote the further development of the fast-charging market!