Apple will speak via a video event streamed online on September 7 to introduce its following lineup of devices. At least four versions will be unveiled, including the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max, a 6.7-inch screen, the iPhone 14 Pro, and the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
The Pro models will profit the most from the innovations, based on the numerous corridor sounds heard over many weeks. We previously knew that these models’ notches would be smaller, that their processors would be changed to quicker A16 chips, and that the front and back cameras would significantly upgrade.
We are now learning a bit more about the innovations Apple is bringing to charging its next premium iPhones, according to the leaker DuanRui. A new 30 W adapter, compatible solely with the iPhone 14 Pro, would be available from the Californian manufacturer in addition to the 20 W type that has been available for a while.
The accessory would use galium nitride technology, which enables the creation of tiny chargers and creates minimal heat. We can easily envision Apple constantly including a USB-C to Lightning cable in its packaging. The brand’s proprietary connector will be used with the following iPhones for one more year before switching to USB-C on all its devices in 2023.
You will still need to use the checkout if you want to benefit from quicker charging your iPhone 14 Pro. Since 2020, Apple has stopped including chargers in its iPhones’ packaging, and it cites its aim to lower its carbon footprint as justification for this controversial move.