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Apple is finally including fast-charging devices with its Rs 99,990 iPhones Technology News, Firstpost



I do not know that everyone else reads this, but the most welcome news from the iPhone launch event on September 10 was the fact that the iPhone 11 Pro and The iPhone 11 Max (ie the iPhones everyone wants to have) will have an 18W quick charger in the box with Apple's more expensive hardware being the 5W charger. With this chubby trifle your iPhone XR or XS may be juiced in just over 4 hours . That's terrible, considering that Rs 1

5,000 phones with 4,000 mAh batteries – 30 percent larger than an iPhone – are charged in just over 90 minutes.

<img class = "size-full wp-image-7326511" src = "https://images.firstpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Apple-iPhone-X-charging-768. jpg "alt =" Apple CLOSELY includes fast chargers with its Rs 99,990 iPhones Up to 4 hours a day is not my definition of fun.

Apple's argument for only including the slowest charger with the fastest phones in the world was that "people want little chargers." No, Tim Cook, we do not, or at least not, I want to charge my phone quickly and drown again with Netflix or Spotify using wired headphones (for wireless devices I spend no 18,000 euros) that sounds worse than any other wired device I own, and why should I be forced to spend up to 4 hours a day without my Phone in Hand?

As a bonus, Appl e finally his "brave" decision to switch to USB-C. Pro iPhones come with a USB C to Lightning cable (no USB-C to USB-C, but goodbye). At least that means you need to carry a dongle less with you, and you can charge your iPad with the same charger.

Better late than never, I think.

Oh, and iPhone 11 users are still likely to hammer to the point that the 11 is the "amateur" option.

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