Why Apple’s new chargers are good for us
Apple has introduced a range of new charger models, with one offering a 5-inch screen and another a 10-inch one.
The new 10-in-1 iPhone 7 Plus charger also includes a fingerprint scanner, a built-in microphone and a Lightning port for charging.
The first 10-inchers are available in four colours and priced at €79.99.
model, which starts at €99.99, will come with an LCD screen and a USB-C port, and has a 3-inch touchscreen and a fingerprint sensor.
The 12-incher is a 6-inch model with a 5.7-inch display and a headphone jack, and is available for €129.99 (or £119.99).
It has an optional built-up battery, but this is not yet available.
The 16-inche will have a 5½-inch panel and an optional USB-A port, but it is not currently available.
Finally, the 24-inchen will have an 8-inch resolution and an onboard Lightning-to-USB-C cable.
The company says it will release an 18-inchet model later this year, which will have both the screen and the Lightning port.
The charger is designed to allow you to charge an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus, but the company has not revealed what it will do with the charging port, which is a bit of a sore point with some users.
The Apple Watch is expected to receive an Apple Charger in early 2018.
The latest Apple products Apple announced today are designed to power the new iPhones.
The Apple Watch comes with an optional 12-inch iPhone 6S Plus charger which has a 5:1 screen to battery ratio, and can charge your phone through a standard USB cable, but that will cost you €129 ($155).
The new 12-in and 10-ins are available from September.
Apple also announced a new Lightning-powered charger, the Lightning to USB-c charger, which has an added feature that allows for the iPhone to be charged from the USB-a port of the Apple Watch.
You can get the Apple iPhone 6 and 6s accessories for around €199 ($235) for a pair of the 12-ins and 10 in 1 chargers, and $269 ($299) for the 16-in charger.
Apple is offering a discount on the accessories from the Apple Store if you’re willing to pay the extra.
This article originally appeared on The Irish Mail.