In Apple stores, avuksos chargers will be 20W, replacing the old 5W and 18W
Anyone waiting for the launch of the next iPhone at the end of the year may have a surprise: Apple is considering not including wired headphones and a device charger in the smartphone kit. The information was released on the website 9to5Mac this sunday, 28, based on the information of the analyst specialized in the Ming-Chi Kuo brand for years, he usually makes certain forecasts about the company's launches.
According to the website, Apple plans to sell the iPhone 12 at prices similar to its previous version. To do this, reducing the amount of items in the box can be a solution to make the kit cheaper and also increase your product store by selling accessories separately.
It is not yet clear, however, whether the charging cable will be present in the packaging. Kuo also recalls that Apple is betting on the 20W chargers, which will be sold separately and will replace the other 5W and 18W devices, indicating that Apple will no longer produce the lower power chargers.
According to the website, with no launch date yet, the iPhone 12 is expected to be launched in four versions: a smaller one, with a 5.4 inch screen, two models with a 6.1 inch screen and the "max" version, with 6.7-inch screen larger than the iPhone 11 Pro Max screen, which is 6.5-inch.