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Rumor: Apple could include 18-watt USB-C power adapter with 2019 model iPhones

Tuesday April 30, 2019. 12:15 PM , from Power Page
Once again, the rumor mill has it that Apple is ditching the 5-watt USB power adapter for an 18-watt USB-C power adapter.

The rumor comes from Chinese suppliers, who’ve stated that all three new iPhone models are said to include the same 18-watt USB-C adapter as does the new iPad Pro, but that doesn’t mean the iPhones will have USB-C ports. Instead, they’ll arrive with USB-C Lightning cables in place of the current USB-A Lightning cables.

Whether this is plausible or not remains up in the air, as iPhones have been capable of charging much more quickly than the 5-watt in-box power adapter will allow.

Unfortunately, this rumor has gone into the wild before, and a new power adapter that everyone was excited about wound up being packaged with the new iPad Pro.

Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.

Via Macworld and Mac Otakara
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