New leaks have just kicked in and suggest that Apple can finally ditch their slow 5W charging bundle and go with the Type-C in the newer iPhones which are expected to launch on September 10, this year.
The Lightning connector was first introduced by Apple on September 12, 2012, as a replacement of the 30-pin dock connector. It was to be used for all the new hardware that was announced at that event. The first compatible devices were the iPhone 5, the iPod Touch (5th generation), and the iPod Nano (7th generation).
So Apple had the same wired charging technology for almost 7 years. But this can change now as charging peripherals-focused website, Charger Lab in a tweet, said that the iPhone 11 would debut with an Apple USB Type-C charger.
The source also speculated that the new model would be bundled with USB Type-C to Lightning cable. If this is true, Apple can finally seal the mouths of those critics who mocked the company for its charging technology.