Since the iPad Pro and MacBook line use USB-C, there have been a lot of rumors about what type of connector will fit Apple's new iPhone. We finally started to get a clearer picture of what the reality would look like in September. According to the Japanese blog Mac Otakara the new iPhone model, which will come out with three models for release in the last year, may not include a USB-C port. However, you can ship with a faster 18W USB-C charger and a lightning-USB-C cable.
It has many meanings. Apple is not ready to escape lightning yet, but it is likely to make life easier for iPhone OS users. It was always a mystery that Apple launched a new smartphone with the same 5W cube charger even though the handset was designed after the iPhone 8 with fast charging.
Last year's iPad Pro redesign brought the USB-C to Apple's tablet line and became a faster 18 W charger. To use the charger with your iPhone right now, you need to spend about $ 50 on the 18W charger and Lightning to USB-C adapter as shown in MacRumors . However, passing the settings in the box will help you make the transition easier in the future while keeping the lightning port in charge while charging to the latest iPhone faster. It also means you can connect your phone to a Mac laptop without having to purchase a new cable.