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iPhone 11 Pro Max reportedly shipped with the wrong charging cable from Apple

Michael, a recent buyer of an Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max reportedly came across something funny yet annoying incident after the purchase of his new device. According to the, Michael's iPhone 11 Pro Max came out of the box with a Lightning to USB Type-A cable instead of Lightning to USB Type-C version. Apple had launched their latest flagship smartphones with the 18W fast charger that features a Type-C port. But unfortunately for Michael, the phone shipped with the old version of Lightning to USB Type-A cable that he can only use with Apple's vanilla 5W charging adapter.

As we can see in the picture attached below, everything else seems to have been in place inside the box for Michael except the mixed up charging cord that was supposed to ship with the standard iPhone 11. It's not clear what caused this situation for Michael, but even if it sounds a little bit strange, this has to do something with Apple's production and assembly lines in China where the phones get packed in their retails boxes because seeing an accessory that doesn't match your device in a sealed box of a $1099 to $1449 worth smartphone is definitely not what the customer is expecting. According to our sources the customer has already contacted the store from where he purchased the handset. We don't know if any other customers have come across such unusual and odd circumstances with their iPhone purchases, but if you do please contact Apple and the store you bought your device from.