Can Santa afford the new iPhone?

The iPhone 8 and iPhone X will support fast charging, but only over USB-C

Apple's new iPhones can fast-charge, if you have the right adapter

The 10th anniversary iPhone, called iPhone X, is in more ways than one the most premium handset Apple has come up with since the inception of the iOS-running smartphone series. However, what has not been mentioned is that to take advantage of tech users would need to buy the Apple USB-C charger and Lightning cable, which is sold separately.

These new chargers are small disks that can charge one iPhone X, iPhone 8, or 8 Plus at a time with no other devices.

Apple has equipped their new smartphones, smart watches, and headsets with wireless charging function, and also released its own wireless charging.

As was highly anticipated and expected, the new Apple lineup of phones the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and 8 Plus can be joined with a new charging accessory that is based upon the Qi standard, which is the most popular amongst the three main specifications in the industry. The additional cost to use the fast-charging feature does not end there. Any third-party USB Power Delivery-capable charger should also work with the new iPads and iPhones, but The Verge points out that such products do not come at a cheap price either.

The 7.5-watt chargers would seem to confirm a rumor from August that Apple's wireless charging would be slower.

If you want to fast charge your iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, or iPhone X, it'll be an extra $25 to $75, depending on whether or not you already have a USB-C MacBook power adapter.

Not all of it is positive, of course, in regard to the X, 8, 8 Plus, Apple Watch Series 3 and even iPads and older iPhones. Meanwhile, the new AirPods comes with a new case that supports wireless charging.

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