Apple’s 20W fast-charging charger is certified: is the iPhone 12 expected to be standard?

As things stand, It’s not a rumor that Apple is rolling out a 20W fast-charge charger for the iPhone, as the product has been certified so far that’s telling. According tomedia reports, Apple is in the world to apply for a new USB-C power adapter, power of 20W, model A2305, and this is exactly the same as previously exposed spy photos, it looks like the iPhone 12 is about to debut this new product.

Apple's 20W fast-charging charger is certified: is the iPhone 12 expected to be standard?

Sources say apple plans to continue to improve the charging experience for the iPhone 12 this year, simply by randomly equipping with a 20W fast-charging charger, while the previous high-end version of the iPhone 11 is equipped with a 18W USB-C power adapter, which will undoubtedly improve the charging speed of the new machine.

But many users have questioned Apple’s behavior, as the iPhone 12 is unlikely to come standard with this fast-charging charger, and in the best case, it’s only available in the relatively expensive version of the iPhone 12, while the rest of the user sits out of their own pocket.

Apple's 20W fast-charging charger is certified: is the iPhone 12 expected to be standard?

It is understood the iPhone 12 will have four models, the 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch iPhone 12, as well as the 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max.

The iPhone 12 series will also feature a Qualcomm X55 baseband chip, which uses a 7nm process that supports a 2/3/4/5G network and a SA/NSA dual module network. As for the size of the iPhone 12, it was previously reported that the 5.4-inch and 6.1-inch versions were slightly smaller than the current iPhone 11, while the 6.7-inch version was smaller.