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Leak: Apple’s upcoming iPhones may include a new 20W USB-C adapter

A new leak from Mr White on twitter has been shared, rumoring Apple may ship upcoming iPhone models with a 20-watt USB C power-delivery capable adapter.

In Apple’s current iPhone lineup, the higher-end iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max ship with 18-watt USB C adapters, while the iPhone 11 still ships with the 5-watt adapter that has shipped with every iPhone.

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Rumors around the upcoming iPhones have suggested that all devices will feature OLED panels, with the higher end Pro devices having higher-end OLED panels with triple-lens cameras and a LiDAR scanner. The lineup is rumored to feature four devices with a new 5.4-inch device, two 6.1-inch devices. and one 6.7-inch device.

Apple may choose to ship all iPhone 12’s with the faster-charging adapter or the 18-watt with lower-end devices and the rumored 20-watt with PD capabilities to the higher-end devices.

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