IPhone 12 Won't Include a Charger or EarPods

IPhone 12 Won't Include a Charger or EarPods

Other claimed benefits include reducing plastic waste, while also reducing the size of the iPhone packaging, "helping lower Apple's freight costs and be [ing] better for the environment".

The controversial move will apparently offset the production costs that Apple will incur from supporting 5G in its devices, and could see the iPhone 12 feature a comparable price to that of the iPhone 11. It does seem weird to not include a power adapter in the box with a phone.

Apple blogger and iOS developer Benjamin Mayo tweeted that this could have a costly impact on consumers.

Apple will launch a new 10.8-inch iPad in the second half of 2020, followed by an 8.5-inch iPad model in the first half of 2021, said analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

Kuo says that the decision is made for pricing reasons.

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Analysts at Barclays have also outlined their expectations after discussions with Apple suppliers and, in a note seen by MacRumors, said that the accessories will be left out of the iPhone 12 box.

The Lightning cable to come with the next batch of iPhones is said to be USB-C, so that might throw a spanner in some's current setups, but there are plenty of affordable charging plugs on the market. Shipping a new iPhone without headphones or a power adapter is not exactly user friendly.

The enlarging makes sense in some ways though, as Apple likely wants to differentiate this range from the iPad Mini line, and people who want a smaller screen can either buy that or stick with the older entry-level iPads. So imagine a new iPhone owner spending upwards of $1000 on an iPhone 12, going home, and then realizing that they'll have to pay Apple even more money for an optimal user experience.

Alleged photos of a prototype of Apple's 20W power adapter were shared on Twitter last week. His writing has appeared in Edible Apple, Network World, MacLife, Macworld UK, and most recently, TUAW.

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