Surprise: The iPhone X supports fast charging, but you ll have to pay extra

Get the Full StoryWhile Apple finally added wireless charging to the iPhone X and 8, there was no mention of fast charging arguably a more useful innovation during the company s keynote. Turns out Apple just decided not to tell anyone: The new iPhones do support fast charging, but you ll need to buy a special adapter to use it. 9to5Mac spotted the feature in Apple s official spec pages for its new iPhones. The company lists all its new phones as being able to charge to 50 percent from a drained battery in 30 minutes, which is comparable to most of Android flagships. Unfortunately,… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: iPhone