While iPhones 8, 8 Plus and X can enjoy the wonders of fast recharging, it is only accessible to consumers who are willing to spend much more than that, especially in Brazil. This is because the original cable and charger of the devices are not suitable for the task, and to do so it is necessary to invest in a Lightning to USB-C cable and a 29W plug adapter; This little, in Brazil, comes out for demeaning $ 448 minimum.
(Or you could increase that budget a little and, for $ 9,800, buy a MacBook, which at least comes with the charger in the box. Maybe it's more advantageous.)
The fact: If this rumor on the Chinese social network Weibo is correct, future iPhone owners will no longer have to worry about this extra expense if they want to charge their devices quickly. An anonymous source said on the website that the line 2018 of iPhones already bring in box Lightning to USB-C cable, in place of the traditional Lightning for USB-A, and a 18W plug adapter, power that already allows fast recharging of devices.
Although the source has provided no stronger evidence beyond this technical design of the new adapter above, the rumor makes perfect sense: for a long time now, users and the tech press have generally pointed to Apple's complete pointlessness in dispatching the devices. iPhones with cables incompatible with most of their computers currently on sale; the transition to USB-C cables would certainly attract some more user complaints, say, old school but it certainly would not be felt from a practical point of view by anyone. And it would still bring the benefit of fast recharging.
Maybe it is a good change to compensate for the probable loss of the 3.5mm adapter? These are the voice of the people to say.