If there's anything that Android users complain about Apple, it's the fact that the Apple iPhones don't support USB Type-C cables. But that could change if the rumours are true, as according to sources - the upcoming iPhone 11 series could be adopting a new USB-C charging port with at least 18W charging speed or even higher.
It won't be the first time that Apple has done so, ever since the company already ditched the Lightning charging port on the iPad Pros that were launched last year (2018) in favour of the USB-C ports. Moreover, the USB-C port also supports 18W USB PD charging technology so it could potentially appear on the upcoming iPhone 11 series lineup.
A leak by an unknown executive on iPhone 11 series using USB-C
Of course, we should take this news with a pinch of salt. Apple has not really joined the trend of fast charging technology in the smartphone industry as of yet, so we hope that we get to see what they have in store for us in September. For the latest iPhone 11 series rumours, you can read all about it here. Until then, stay tuned for more Apple news at TechNave.com.