Following the recent for the and , has now announced that the upcoming , , and will not be coming with charging bricks out of the box either.
The move, which Apple says is for environmental reasons, would likely push the sales for the company’s newly-announced MagSafe wireless charger. Alternatively, users who don’t already have a compatible charger at home would have to buy Apple’s $19 power adapter separately from their iPhone 12. Your new iPhone will still come with a USB-C to Lightning charging cable, though.
During the , Lisa Jackson, Apple’s VP of Environment, said the …