New iPhone 11 Leak Says USB-C Charger Is a Go

Ruben Fields
August 22, 2019

It's been rumoured for quite a while that Apple will be finally taking the plunge to USB-C on the iPhone.

The reason for this is the triple-camera system at the back that's been sectioned by a rather unflattering square camera bump.

But news of the next iPhone is not all bad.

This is where it gets tricky: the renders feature an Apple Pencil which is smaller than the iPhone itself. Given the success of the USB-C port for the iPad Pro, however, it seems like it would be a much less contentious move than it would have been in the past. The phone case in the leak comes in several color options, namely: gray, brown and black. Not only does this confirm the iPhone 11 Pro moniker we've been hearing for weeks, but it also, sort of, confirms the Apple Pencil support rumors for the iPhone.

Apple's 2019 iPhone XI.

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This exclusive accessory was first introduced in 2015 while the second-generation model was released previous year to support new iPad Pro devices.

So far, Apple has been shipping 5 W chargers with every single iPhone in the box.

But then again Olixar is not exactly a reliable source of new iPhone information.

Twitter user ChargerLAB, reported about the new iPhone 11-series expected to come with Type-C charger. Apple does offer a fast 30W USB-C Power Adapter that will load your new iPhones to 50% in 30 minutes flat, but that one will cost you $49 extra.

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