That does sound like a great idea and the unification of Apple's product lines something many of us have been waiting for, but a brand new report says that the iPhone 11 will stick to the same Lightning port that's been in use since 2012. But rumor has it that this year's iPhone will ship with the standard Lightning port and 5W USB-A charger, as usual.
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This means that if you want to charge your iPhone faster, you'll still need to purchase either the 12W or 18W iPad charger separately. Apple will introduce a new green option for the successor model of the iPhone XR and it will cancel one of the current colour options. iPhone XR is now available in black, white, yellow, coral, red, and blue. In the case of the iPad, that turned out to be true, as the latest iPad Pro features charging and over USB-C. By sticking with the same Lightning connector and included accessories, Apple will save money since it won't be forced to develop other accessories.
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Nonetheless, the choice to keep the Lightning port on the iPhone is especially baffling when you consider how almost every current generation Apple device, from the latest to the Macbook and Macbook Pro, swapped out its old ports to replace with USB-C. It's possible Apple could have plans to finally make the jump to the increasingly universal USB-C port for its 2020 iPhones.
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Until then though, plugging the iPhone into one of Apple's more recently released USB-C MacBooks remains a frustrating experience that requires an additional USB-C-to-Lightning cable.