Hi Apple, where's the airpower you promised? I thought you said the future is "wireless" right?
Why not simply be bold and push full force into wireless / usb-c.. strip all your devices from 3.5mm, remove lightning, move to full usb-c (you designed it btw). Easy to use, no fuss charging and connection.
I see.. it will hurt your profit BIG time, if you design all these, your next Q earnings will hurt... COMEON man.. Apple you are rolling in the dough!! STOP thinking about profit FOR ONCE! STOP IT, i feel so sad for Apple customers!
oh finally apple copying quickcha- *cough cough*. nvm ,I meant not separating the fast wall charger adapter, so innovative!
Anonymous, 03 May 2018But small battery as usual..Samsung flagships aren't improving in battery size either.
With small batteries so you can fast charge your iPhone twice or maybe thrice a day!
Let us all iOS users hope it's not just a stupid charger, it better supports some sort of charging process, that protects the battery!
Quickcharge is here for many years, just copy it and call if Apple Supercharger for all I care.
Just finally support a decent way to charge our devices.
About time Apple, now about not including a headphone dongle in the box with the 2018 crop of iPhones.
Why not usb-c to usb-c? It is more simpler and compatible with all phone, typical ignorance-communist-thinking fruit company.
Shanti Dope, 03 May 2018RIP Lightning Port. Now iPhone users will no longer have to have a hard time borrowing a cabl... moreNope, it's still Lightning cable (on the phone side) but the charger end is USB-C instead of USB-A. So they'll still have a hard time borrowing.
Shanti Dope, 03 May 2018RIP Lightning Port.
Now iPhone users will no longer have to have a hard time borrowing a cabl... moreWrong.
Apple still uses lighting for iPhone port.
And the wall adapter uses the USB-C port, previously using the USB-A port.
And yes, beside not being able to borrow the cable, iPhone users will no longer able to borrow any wall charger since most of them still use the USB-A.
Own two cables, or bring out both of them if go outside.
RIP Lightning Port.
Now iPhone users will no longer have to have a hard time borrowing a cable to charge their phones
YoloBS, 03 May 2018Well all notch copier should copy this too.They don't need to copy when many Android OEMs bundle fast/quick chargers with their phones since around 2015, and usually it's comes in the box (and not bought separately for more $$$$). Huawei for example comes with a 22.5W charger for the Mate and P Series, while OnePlus has dash charging with around the same wattage. Samsung already has Adaptive Fast Chargers out of the box for their S series. Most mid-range Android phones already have like 10W+ chargers bundled with their phones.
Anonymous, 03 May 2018Finally, qualcom QC4+ been so long on market with motorola turbo is the king, sony has qnovo p... moreAn iPhone cannot use QuickCharge, it doesn‘t have a Snapdragon. They can use an internal standard called USB power delivery