What connector does the iPhone 11 have
To many models of smartphones and tablets, you can connect the same models of flash drives as to a PC. you only need device support for the OTG standard and a special adapter.
With it, you can connect not only a compact flash drive to your phone, but also a computer mouse, keyboard or gamepad. An adapter is also suitable for connecting a printer. documents and pictures can be printed directly from a mobile gadget.
Previously, the Apple 30pin proprietary standard was used in the mobile gadgets of the Cupertino company, but since 2012 it has been replaced by the eight-pin Apple Lightning connector, which is similar in charging and data transfer speeds to MicroUSB. Calls from officials and the media did not lead to the abandonment of their own connector, instead, the company released a number of adapters with which you can charge the iPhone using ordinary USB chargers.
The most famous and popular of these solutions is the MicroUSB connector, which allows not only charging the device, but also transferring data. With its distribution, the need to have its own charger for each gadget has disappeared, and the MicroUSB / USB Type-A cable has become a universal way to connect a smartphone to both a charger and a computer or laptop.
Important: a PC charges the phone much more slowly than a charger connected directly to an outlet. If you want to charge the device as quickly as possible, put it into airplane mode and use the charger.
The dimensions of the connector are only 7×2 mm. It was the compactness that became one of the main factors that played in its favor when manufacturers chose between MicroUSB and MiniUSB options. The standard provides power up to 2.5 W and allows you to fully charge the phone in 1-5 hours, depending on the battery capacity, as well as the characteristics of the charger and the device itself. The maximum data transfer rate through such a connector in theory can be up to 480 Mbit / s, but in practice it is limited by many factors and can be several times lower.
In 2009, 13 companies that make smartphones and other digital technology, including big ones like Samsung and Apple, signed a document confirming their intention to standardize connectors and interfaces. The reasons are not only marketing, but also political, as well as reputational. the European authorities have repeatedly urged manufacturers not to increase the number of different chargers, which then need to be recycled or disposed of.
About a year later, the European Parliament issued a statement formally calling on mobile device manufacturers to adopt a single standard. This policy of representatives of various states played a role in securing microUSB as a universal connector for charging gadgets and transferring files. Only a few companies have abandoned it. The most famous among them is Apple.
A standard designed to replace the aging microUSB. USB Type-C. The maximum theoretical data transfer rate through this connector is up to 10 Gb / s, which is provided by a 24-pin contact group. However, it all depends on the implementation in a particular device model. if the manufacturer has not provided support for USB 3.0 or 3.1, limiting itself to USB 2.0, then there will be no increase in speed compared to MicroUSB. By the way, the dimensions of the connector. 8.34 x 2.56 mm. Slightly more than MicroUSB, but this is an insignificant cost for a multiple of the performance gain: USB Type-C remains very compact and can be used in almost any device.
An additional benefit of the updated interface is the symmetry of the oval connector. Now users do not have to flip the plug several times, cursing at engineers who are not familiar with the concept of “usability”. The charging speed has also grown significantly, and the maximum theoretical power that the interface supports (with USB 3.1) reaches 100 W, but this option requires an advanced implementation. standard profiles are limited to 7.5-15 watts. The declared mechanical resource does not differ from MicroUSB and is about 10,000 connections.
USB Type-C and USB 3.1. what’s the difference
It is necessary to distinguish the form factor of the connector from the data exchange standard. For example, the USB Type-C format can meet different specifications. USB 2.0, 3.0 or 3.1. In the first case, it is capable of transmitting data at speeds up to 480 Mbit / s, and in the latter, up to 10 Gbit / s. MicroUSB connectors on smartphones comply with the USB 2.0 standard.
The actual data transfer rate is usually several times less than the maximum and may be limited not only by the supported standard, but also by the cable, the port of the smartphone, tablet or computer, the performance of the controller and memory, so the theoretical limit is unattainable in real use scenarios.
Based on the foregoing, the presence of a USB Type-C connector on the device is not a guarantee of high speed charging and data transfer. The current version of the interface should be clarified in the technical specifications of specific devices, and then checked against user experience. this will help thematic forums and other specialized resources.
Types of connectors for charging phones
Once upon a time, the connectors for charging mobile phones had only one purpose. in fact, to charge the device. At the same time, almost every major manufacturer had its own standard, and the charger or cable from one phone did not fit the other. But already at the beginning of the 2000s, companies drew attention to consumer dissatisfaction and began to more often use not proprietary, but unified solutions in their devices.
In slavery to Lightning
Apple has never been shy about unilaterally coming up with standards and transplanting its users to them.
While the manufacturers of mobile devices of the last decade were confidently sitting on the type of DC charging jacks with a wide variety of plug diameters, Apple chose the FireWire interface for its iPods.
Smooth transition of thousands of brands that produce smartphones to miniUSB, Apple met with a unique 30-pin port in the first iPhone.
Now the “single standard” in the world of mobile gadgets is the microUSB connector with the prospect of replacing it with USB Type-C. Meanwhile, Lightning was registered on iOS devices, and at the same time for a long time.
Finding a charging cable for a “regular smartphone” is very easy. Lightning, however, is not very good. Therefore, among the owners of Apple technology, it is customary to take it with them.
The Chinese quickly closed the niche of “spare”, consumable, travel cables for the iPhone and iPad. Here is just one “but”: it is not so easy to forge them.
Charging connector for iPhone 3, 3GS, 4, 4S
This whole list belongs to the 30 pin connector or Apple 30 pin. The iPhone charged quickly enough and there were no problems with it. But, we all love to do it quickly and very often we had to look at the cable in order to understand which side to insert the cable. A little annoying, but everyone got used to it and everything was fine.
Another problem appeared when the transition to the next species began. After forgetting your cable, you simply could not charge your phone.
iPhone 11 Charging Port Replacement
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In addition to cables with Lightning connectors (at one end) and USB (at the other end), there are Lightning to microUSB adapters that are designed to connect devices with a Lightning connector (iPhone 5, iPod Touch 5th generation, iPod nano 7th generation, and iPad 4 and iPad mini) to microUSB cables to sync content and charge device batteries. Released Lightning to VGA and HDMI adapters .
Since September 2016, an adapter has been produced from Lightning to the classic TRS minijack 3.5 mm for connecting headphones, at a price of about 10 . This adapter is included with iPhone 7 / Plus, iPhone 8 / Plus / X and is compatible with any Apple device with a Lightning connector and installed iOS 10 or later .
American Firewall against Chinese Lightning counterfeits
Hated by third-party accessory manufacturers, the chip has the number BQ2025. Without exaggeration, it can be called a “pass” to the bowels of the Lightning socket in the iPhone.
If there is no such chip on a non-original cable, the iOS device shows the following window:
You can actually throw out the “overshoot” on this: it will not adequately (or at all) charge the device, it will not allow you to synchronize data.
What’s happening inside Lightning and how it works
The above circuitry is installed under the protective metal cover of the Lightning plug. Of course, now we are talking about the original, and we will touch on the problem of Chinese consumer goods a little below.
The board contains four chips and several auxiliary computing devices that are responsible for transferring data to a computer and using a cable for a Data connection. After connecting the iPhone to the charger, curious processes come to life inside this circuit.
Two of the presented chips are very simple in design and consist of only a few transistors, the task of which is to convert the incoming electric current signal into a state that is maximally adapted for the battery installed in the smartphone.
Another chip with the NXP marking NX20P3 provides control over the level of the current state of the battery, calculating the accumulated useful volume of charge.
The microprocessor installed in the cable helps to determine which side you insert the cable into the device connector.
The standard wiring for the Lightning cable is as follows:
And this is where Apple’s magic comes into play. You do not need to think about which end to install the plug. Both the above microprocessor and the asymmetric arrangement of contacts are responsible for this.
Those. while you insert the cord, the filling automatically determines which pins to apply voltage to.
All of these technologies are accompanied by dozens of patents that are owned by Apple. But there is no limit to Chinese ingenuity: cables are forged with different accuracy and quality levels, they do not care about compliance with the law.
Therefore, Apple provided protection for its accessories and developed its own MFI (Made for iPhone / iPad / iPod) certification standard, and decided to restrict the connection of low-grade Lightning cables with another, fourth chip installed on the same miniature board of the original cord.
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Lightning was one of the first popular connectors that can be inserted from both sides. This was followed by the development of other similar reversible (reversible) connectors, for example, USB Type-C in the USB family .
Last year’s iPhone 11 comes in six colors: classic black and white, (PRODUCT) RED, pale yellow, and the same pastel lavender and green.
In the case of the iPhone 12, the palette has been updated: black, white and pinkish rather than red (PRODUCT) RED remain. A new blue appeared and remained green.
Less bezel, stronger glass
The long-suffering display frames, for which only a lazy gadget writer did not criticize the phone, became thinner. At the same time, the display size remains the same, but the screen resolution has increased, and the matrix has also changed from IPS to OLED. Now the image quality of the “basic” iPhone is not inferior to the Pro version.
The notch remains, but the bezels in the iPhone 12 are reduced.
Both phones support P3 color gamut and also have True Tone, but the iPhone 12 has added HDR support. Even in the pluses of the new iPhone, you can add a higher margin of brightness and a more contrasting screen.
iPhone 12 and iPhone 11.
The iPhone 12 also received Ceramic Shield, which protects the screen when the phone is dropped. Apple says it’s four times stronger than old glass.
The iPhone 12 is good for everyone, but it costs significantly more than last year’s iPhone 11, which fell decently in price. For example, I take the official prices: for an iPhone 12 with 64 GB they ask for 79,990 rubles, but an iPhone 11 with the same amount of memory costs 54,990 rubles.
While the iPhone 11 inherits the looks of the old iPhone XR, the iPhone 12 has completely new shapes. Instead of rounded sides, flat sides have appeared, the phone looks different and feels different in the hand. In addition, it has become lighter by 30 grams, having lost 15% of its weight, at the same time, its width and height have decreased.
iPhone 12 and iPhone 11.
Did you miss the new design? Now you can be glad that the base iPhone looks no worse than the Pro version and differs only in materials: aluminum on the sides instead of steel.
iPhone 11 and iPhone 12.
Another thing is that if you put the phone in a case, then it will be very difficult to find the difference between the iPhone 11 and 12 and no one will understand that you have a new iPhone.
iPhone 12 and iPhone 11 in cases.
Apple also improved the water resistance of the phone: the iPhone 12 meets the IP68 standard, but can withstand immersion to a depth of six meters.
Apple has a new concept: together with phones, we get a minimal set of accessories, no more charging and headphones, just a cable. over, in such a minimum configuration, both the new iPhone 12 and the old iPhone 11 are sold. Therefore, if you suddenly come across the eleventh iPhone in a large box with a charger and headphones from the old batches, consider yourself lucky.
New iPhones now without headphones and charging included.
What charging does the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max have??
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max
This year, Apple has finally gotten a head start and improved iPhone batteries.
Therefore, when buying a new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro, you don’t have to worry about buying a Power Bank.
over, the charging has changed and I will tell you which power supply unit is in the box.
Charge iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max
Until 2019, every iPhone received a 5W power adapter in the box.
It is an incredible pain when your smartphone takes so long to charge and therefore, you had to buy a separate power supply for fast charging.
In September 2019, the situation changed in a positive direction, but not for everyone.
Here are the chargers that come with iPhones:
- iPhone 11. Apple 5W USB Power Adapter
- iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. 18W USB-C Power Adapter.
- New power adapter for iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max
Therefore, if you want to get fast charging in your iPhone 11, you have to spend a little.
We purchase an 18 W USB ‑ C power adapter and a USB ‑ C / Lightning cable (1 m).
iPhone 11 Unboxing. What’s Included!
What is the charging connector for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max?
If you take the gadget itself, then nothing has changed much. All three models have a good old Lightning connector.
It is time-tested and so far Apple is in no hurry to change it to USB-C.
The shift occurred only with the power supply. Adapters for iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max have a USB-C connector.
- IPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11, and iPhone 11 Pro Max connectors
Looking forward to more changes next year. Perhaps we will see fast charging from the box in all models.
No more 3D Touch, come to terms
This is the weakest point in the new iPhone for all hard-hitting fans. If you didn’t have an iPhone XR and loved 3D Touch, the pain is guaranteed. You get used to good things quickly, but wean them for a long time.
During these 2 weeks, I have not yet been able to fully switch to the new system of long presses. And that’s all. If with 3D Touch everything was done in a split second, now the response time has increased.
I’m typing the text, correcting instant mistakes in words by moving the slider. Previously, it was enough to press harder at any point on the keyboard, but now you need to tap and hold down the space bar, which works every other time.
Or another example. With 3D Touch, you could instantly hide the incoming notification: clicked on it harder and immediately swipe down. Now you need to hold your finger on this message for a second and only then swipe.
Nikita was right about editing the desktop. If earlier we imagined 2 separate actions for the context menu and deletion, now for only one deletion you need to hold down and then tap on Change the order of applications, or drag the icon to the side. time is spent and it is not very pleasant.
IPhone 11 review. Impressions in two weeks
I decided not to rush to review the iPhone 11 in order to put together the most complete picture of the usability of a smartphone. Two weeks is quite a normal time to understand about all the advantages and disadvantages of the device.
There are not so many impressions as Nikita Goryainov’s from the iPhone 11 Pro. Practical changes and innovations turned out to be not enough, although no one expected them, since this is a minor update of devices.
Having been with this iPhone for a couple of weeks, I absolutely knew that it would be extremely popular. Same as iPhone XR.
Face ID now works at a larger angle
Personally, I did not notice a noticeable increase in the speed of Face ID. The iPhone XS Max with iOS 13 ran as fast as the iPhone 11 with iOS 13.1.1. Brought to face, instant, Smart unlocked. Is that great? Undoubtedly, yes. But it already happened, it was just solved by the firmware.
But what iOS 13 failed to achieve was the increased viewing angle. They have become larger in the iPhone 11, although not much. No need to reach for iPhone display to unlock it.
The only thing that didn’t work was that there was still no unlock in the horizontal position.
A trivial example: you are sitting, watching a video on YouTube, I wanted to turn up the volume and accidentally pressed the lock button. Additional action is needed. Take iPhone in hand, turn it and only then continue browsing.
The display is great, although not OLED
I won’t say much about the thick bezels that came from the iPhone XR. You already know everything yourself. Whoever didn’t like the “piggy” thing won’t go into the iPhone 11. They remain exactly the same.
Brightness at the same level. 625 nits; less than the 1200 nits iPhone 11 Pro. But it is quite enough for being in the bright sun. How many times did I walk down the street, I always saw everything well.
To some, the LCD display may not seem as clear compared to the iPhone 11 Pro, and even the iPhone XS. I, too, used to belong to this caste of people, believing that OLED shows the picture much better than LCD.
But let’s be honest, do you really need this ultra-sharpness in your day-to-day tasks? Are you seriously seeing all the pixels when watching YouTube videos, reading books or playing games? After the iPhone XS Max, I almost did not notice the difference. For an ordinary user, it will be minimal.
The only really frustrating thing is that there is no full HDR support, as in the iPhone 11 Pro. The colors are not as bright, contrasting and saturated. But this is more a personal quibble than a global claim.
The variety of colors confuses
To be honest, I was not at all impressed by the colors of the iPhone 11. The iPhone XR looked much nicer, each color played out bright emotions in the sun.
And now now everything is rotten, the iPhones have become noticeably paler. This is especially evident when comparing the yellow models. Joy was gone, it was replaced by longing and sadness.
And I, apparently, am not alone. All green and purple iPhones have already been bought in Russia. Why?
White and black colors are classic. Already boring.
Yellow is dull. Quite ordinary and unremarkable.
Green, red and purple are unusual shades. Apple clearly enjoyed making green iPhones this year, and they have gained popularity because of the rarity of the color itself. And you still have to try to find a purple smartphone. And red well, it’s just red, amazing as always.
Last year, editorial opinions on the colors of the iPhone XR differed. But this year everyone agreed on one thing: green is the best of the presented line.
Surround sound. Meet Dolby Atmos
The sound in iPhone 11 is amazing. This is probably the best thing I’ve heard on smartphones in principle.
There are two speakers left: the lower and upper speaker, which has become stereo since the days of the iPhone 7. Both began to produce more detail, a hint of bass appeared, and the volume increased by one and a half times. Feels like iPhone is now as loud as some small portable speaker.
Now imagine that there are several such columns around you. They all move individual sounds around the head. This works Dolby Atmos in iPhone 11. It is not noticeable in music in Apple Music, but it is clearly distinguishable in iTunes movies. I checked for Mission: Impossible: Consequences.
Please note that not all movies support Dolby Atmos. Look for the matching caption under the tuna movie poster.
It’s a perfectly balanced iPhone
How great the iPhone 11 feels after the iPhone XS Max. The novelty is lighter than last year’s flagship by 14 grams, and you can feel it.
This is pure subjectivity, but I never liked shovels like the Plus and Max models. I considered 5.8-inch smartphones to be the ideal, and 6.1-inch smartphones. a compromise, for whom 5.8 is not enough, but 6.5 is a lot.
Now I have changed my mind. Due to its weight, the iPhone 11 is as secure and comfortable as possible in the hand. This is definitely not a compromise, but an independent smartphone for everyone.
IPhone 11 Thickness. 8.3mm, iPhone XR Thickness. 8.3mm
There is no “airiness” from the iPhone 11 Pro, but at the same time you do not think that you are carrying a brick with you in the form of an iPhone 11 Pro Max, as Nikita noted in his review.
And the thickness of the devices plays a role. Due to the denser body, balance is felt, nothing outweighs anywhere. Harmony in all aspects.
Cameras in iPhone 11 shoot amazing
Perhaps the biggest innovation in the iPhone 11 is the camera. And both in the case of the iPhone XR, and with other models.
Before us are two lenses: a regular 12 MP and an ultra wide angle 12 MP. There is no telephoto in this iPhone, it was left for the iPhone 11 Pro.
There is no optical zoom, none at all. Maximum you can use only 5x digital zoom when taking photos and 3x for video.
There will be slightly less detail in the frame when zooming in.
iPhone 11 – Complete Beginners Guide
Actually, this is where the differences between the cameras of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro end. The other two lenses are absolutely identical:
▪️ Primary wide-angle f / 1.8 ▪️ Second ultra-wide-angle f / 2.4
With an ultra wide-angle camera, you can capture twice as many objects in photos and videos. Even when shooting a normal video at “super wide”, shaking is hardly noticeable. In this regard, Apple really pleasantly surprised.
What else I liked was the almost seamless switching between cameras. This is the part where Apple just trampled the competition.
Seriously, take any fancy flagship with an ultra wide-angle camera and switch to it from a regular one. You will clearly see the transition between them. IPhone 11 and up don’t have this problem, just zoom in and out.
iPhone 11. Ultra-wide-angle camera
iPhone 11. Portrait Mode
iPhone 11. Portrait Mode
iPhone 11. Ultra-wide-angle camera
iPhone 11. Panorama with ultra-wide-angle camera
And now you can always see what the super-wide head “sees”. When photographing with a regular camera, the black frames around the viewfinder window become translucent. When you take a photo with the main camera, two versions of the image are stored in memory: normal and wide. You can view them through the edit menu.
The front camera has also become a little wider, due to which more than one person is now placed in the frame. And the “selfie” itself looks thinner than when shooting with the main camera. And the video is now captured at 4K60FPS.
Also, the front camera has learned to shoot Slowy. slow motion videos. What for? I don’t know, I couldn’t find the reasons for introducing this function. Unless you shake your cheeks once at the camera and say “ha-ha, cool”. For me personally, this is the first “feature for the sake of feature” in the iPhone. But Apple clearly has big plans for this option, since it even registered a separate trademark.
IPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro connectivity
Both the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro include 802.11ax Wi-Fi and Gigabit LTE. They support Bluetooth 5.0 and have NFC readers to support Apple Pay. In terms of wireless interfaces, there is absolutely no difference between them.
How the iPhone 11 differs from the iPhone 11 Pro
We have already compared the iPhone XR and iPhone 11, it is time now to push the heads of the representatives of the new generation of iPhone. For clarity, we have compiled a small table using official Apple data. The main differences are highlighted in red.
IPhone 11 vs iPhone 11 Pro vs iPhone 11 Pro Max
If you are interested in learning more (and judging by what they say in our Telegram chat, this is how it is), now we will tell you.
IPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro performance
Both the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Pro (like the iPhone 11 Pro Max) are powered by Apple’s Bionic A13 chip, which the company claims is the fastest processor in a smartphone.
The A13 Bionic has four high-performance cores that are 20 percent faster and use 40 percent less power than the A12 Bionic, and two more cores that are 20 percent faster and 30 percent more efficient. The amount of RAM is still unknown, but there are assumptions.
IPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro camera
Aside from the display, the camera is one of the biggest differences between the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro.
The iPhone 11 has a dual 12-megapixel camera system with wide and ultra-wide lenses. It also supports a new Night Mode for high-quality low-light shots, auto adjust, optical image stabilization, 2x optical zoom, brighter flash, six-effect portrait mode, and Smart HDR.
By comparison, the main difference between the iPhone 11 Pro’s camera is its third telephoto lens. You also get dual optical image stabilization, 2x optical zoom, and 10x digital zoom. The main advantage of a telephoto lens is that it allows you to magnify distant objects without losing image clarity. For example, when photographing wildlife from afar or photographing at a sporting event.
The front camera of the new iPhones is the same. 12 megapixels versus 7 megapixels for the iPhone XR, and it also supports 4K video (the predecessor can record maximum in Full HD). There are also various features like “slow-motion” (slow-motion selfies), which are available for both the regular iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
How the iPhone 11 differs from the iPhone 11 Pro
The newest smartphones from Apple, iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro, will start selling in Russia on September 20. Despite the fact that they look very similar, smartphones at the same time are very different: for example, the iPhone 11 is made in an aluminum case, and its front and back are made of glass, while the iPhone 11 has replaced the aluminum frame with stainless steel and made the back matt surface. And this is not the only difference.
New iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max
Apple claims to have made “the toughest glass in a smartphone” for all three iPhones in 2019, and promises it will stay intact if you drop it or otherwise accidentally damage your iPhone.
IPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro colors
iPhone 11 is available in purple, yellow, green, black, white, and red. iPhone 11 Pro is available in green, classic space gray, silver, and gold. All models have the same notch (bangs) on the front, volume and side buttons, volume switch, speaker grilles, microphones and a Lightning port.
IPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro display
iPhone 11 features a 6.1-inch “Liquid Retina HD” IPS display, while the iPhone 11 Pro family boasts a sharper “Super Retina XDR” OLED display. While the IPS display on the iPhone 11 delivers true-to-life colors, the OLED on the iPhone 11 Pro is brighter in sunlight, can display true blacks and more detail in bright areas. In particular, the iPhone 11 reaches a maximum brightness of 625 nits, while the iPhone 11 Pro reaches 1200 nits. Both models support True Tone and Haptic Touch, but neither of them support 3D Touch, which Apple has dropped.
The IPS display is mainly what Apple was able to bring down the price of the iPhone 11 over the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, but it will be more than enough for most users who use their iPhones for social networking and gaming.
IPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro battery
The battery life of the iPhone 11 is one hour longer than the iPhone XR (its direct predecessor). According to Apple internal testing, the iPhone 11 is rated for 17 hours of downloaded video playback, 10 hours of Wi-Fi video streaming, and 65 hours of audio playback on a single charge.
IPhone 11 Pro battery life is four hours longer than the iPhone XS. up to 18 hours of downloaded video playback, up to 11 hours of Wi-Fi video streaming, and up to 65 hours of audio playback on a single charge.
iPhone 11 Pro Max has the longest battery life in an iPhone. five hours longer than the iPhone XS Max. It is rated for 20 hours of offline video playback, 12 hours of Wi-Fi video streaming, and 80 hours of audio playback.
All three models support wireless charging on any Qi-compatible device, as well as fast charging with an 18W or higher USB-C charger and Lightning-USB-C cable. Notably, the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max ships with an 18W charger and a Lightning-USB-C cable, but the iPhone 11 doesn’t include these updated accessories and instead ships with the previous 5W charger and cable. Lightning-USB-A.