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Yash MathersContent Writer, Diploma in Literature, Austin,Texas
Content Writer, Diploma in Literature, Austin,Texas
Answered on Oct 17, 2019
iPhone 11 will finally drop the 5 W charger and come with an Apple USB-C charger instead and a lightning to a USB -C cable in the box. The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro have Wi-Fi 6. It supports faster top transfer speeds, and lets devices send more information with each transmission. It allows routers and other access points, more devices at once, and it conserves battery power by scheduling transmissions.
It also provides faster performance in crowded environments like airports and stadiums. Though fast charging has been available to Android users for years, the feature will now be available to iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max users. Previously, Apple would include 5 -watt chargers in the box, but the more recent iPhones will have an 18- watt USB-C charger and a USB-C to lightning cable bundled with the phone.