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As we enter July, production of new iPhone models will undoubtedly heat up, now, the latest news of Apple's next-generation of so-called 18W USB PD charger has been obtained from the supply chain, according to Chinese site ChongDianTou.

The supply chain person has leaked several photos: the first picture shows the output of the charger, in which uses a common elliptical design, a gray panel, and a single USB-C output interface. The second picture displays the overall appearance of the charger, white glossy body, flat design, with U.S/. regulatory pin.


The third picture is a close-up of the charger parameters. The picture is not very clear, but you can still vaguely see the charger model as A1720; the input is up to 100-240V 50/60Hz 0.45A; while the output offers 5V/3A, 9V/2A, along with the words “Engineering Sample” that are marked.


As earlier as May of this year, the site revealed that Apple will introduce new iPhone charger design, to feature Standard USB-C output connector, support USB PD fast charge protocol, and with output up to 18W. Artesyn is most likely one of the suppliers for Apple’s new generation of 18W USB PD chargers.

New renders made by ChargeLab claims to show the upcoming 18-watt USB-C power adapters for 2018 iPhone models, which included a 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus, a second-generation of iPhone X, and a low-priced LCD model.


According to ChargeLab, the round-shape power adapter would connect to an iPhone with a Lightning to USB-C cable, and expected to be included in the box. Even though the render appears to depict the European version, asides from different pin ends, surely US variant would look mostly the same.

It is expected to make it more convenient and convenient. Compared to the USB-A port that Apple has been using since 2007, the use of USB-C should deliver much faster charging speeds. Several testings found that by using the 18W wired charger, the device has reached 79% of battery capacity in one hour, while 5W charger only passed 39% of charge.

ChargerLab says these renders based on a source that has the close connection to "inside production line," plus that it also corroborates the previous Weibo report, so it seems pretty trustworthy. Likewise, we assumed that the charger won't be included in the box of iPhone SE 2 because of its low price.
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