After Apple launched the latest generation of smartphones, the iPhone 11 series, in the Pro version of the product, it finally used the new PD 18W fast charging device and switched to the USB C to Lightning cable. Many users welcome this, but recently Some users said that after unpacking the iPhone 11 Pro Max, they found that the charging cable was mismatched with the old USB A to Lightning.
User Michal said that when I bought an iPhone 11 Pro Max at the beginning of the month, I found that the charging head was 18W USB-C after charging out of the box, and the charging cable was actually Lightning to USB-A. It is believed that when the box was sealed, the USB C was incorrectly replaced with USB A, and the reason for the error is that the basic iPhone 11 is still using the old USB A product.
At present, the charger used in the iPhone 11 Pro series is the standard of fast charging for PD. Under "new" technology, users can charge the iPhone products that support PD fast charging from 0% to 50% in 30 minutes, supporting PD. Fast charge products include iPhone 8 series, iPhone X series, iPhone XS and XR series, and iPhone 11 series.