For the first time since the release of the original iPhone in 2007, Apple finally updated the wall with the cable and cord that came in the box: the new iPhone 11 Pro – the long term – comes with fast payment. 18W USB -C charger and USB -C with Flash in the box.
Sadly, it’s no different all over the world: the smallest iPhone 11 will also come with that awesome 5W battery with USB and ONE cable that Apple has been releasing for more than a decade, though the same command speed force as with the iPhone 11 Pro, that means you’ll have to pay for a new battery and cable if you want it to charge faster or get to plug in a new Apple laptop.
However, the push – which is the biggest for iPhones – is a good one, as this is the first time Apple has recently offered to pay out of the box for its mobile phones (despite the case that gives the situation from 2017).
Although not a fully USB-C iPhone (maybe next year!), offer, less support for the new standard port is a good start.