After learning that you’ll need to spend at least $74 on a special charger and a USB Type-C Lightning cable to enable fast charging on the new iPhone X and iPhone 8 models, you may be wondering why you can’t just use the standard Lightning cable. While we can’t answer why Apple didn’t include the USB-C cable in the box with their new phones, we can explain why you need USB-C to enable fast charging.

Really, it all comes down to the fact that Apple’s Lightning protocol doesn’t support the wattage, voltage, and amperage needed to enable true fast charging when it’s connected to a standard USB… more


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