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What Is an iPhone 11 Pro Charger?

If you are a user of the iPhone you will know that finding an iPhone 11 Pro charger is no walk in the park. Having spent many hours searching for this type of accessory, it is no wonder I can now understand why so many iPhone users are becoming frustrated with the experience. It is understandable that they want to get their hands on this accessory but the fact is that the selection of chargers that are currently available are not quite what most people need.

If you have taken the time to read any Apple product reviews or have even visited one of the Apple Stores, you will know that there are literally hundreds of chargers on offer for the iPhone. They are all different and all designed to fit the needs of a specific use. Many of these devices are simply oversized version of the newer models of the iPhone and do not provide you with the protection that you require.

One option that is currently available for the iPhone is the Universal Charger. This charger connects directly to the iPhone via Lightning connector. The only disadvantage to this option is that you cannot use the iPhone in landscape mode.

However, it must be said that many users have been disappointed by the limited range of Universal Chargers that are currently available. As an example, the latest model of the iPhone will not accept a Universal Charger as part of its wiring system. Therefore, if you were to use this type of charger then you would have to go out and buy a new Lightning cable or risk damaging your device.

Another option that is available is the USB Wall Socket. Although it is easier to charge your iPhone using this than a Universal Charger, it is not necessarily safer than the cables connecting the Wall Socket to your iPhone are subject to damage just as easily as a Universal Charger.

Another popular choice is the old fashioned Type C Dock Connector. Aswith the traditional Type A Dock Connector this connector works by providing you with direct access to the Lightning port. The major difference between the two options is that the new style charger allows you to charge your iPhone while using the device in portrait mode, whereas the traditional Dock Connector cannot.

One other option, which is currently available is the standard USB to Lightning Cable. Although this cable is currently the most widely used connector it does suffer from some drawbacks. Firstly, as with any cable it will need to be connected to your phone in order to receive power from the iPhone.

Whilst this is the case, the biggest disadvantage to the USB to Lightning Cable is that it is unable to connect to the iPhone while it is in landscape mode, this means that you cannot use it whilst in landscape mode. Therefore, if you wish to use the dock connector when using your iPhone in landscape mode then it is essential that you purchase a separate cable.