Tim Cook unveiled the tech giant’s latest 5G-ready smartphones at a launch event streamed from Apple Park in California last night.
But with the cheapest Mini selling at £699 and the range topping out with the £1,099 Pro Max, customers were angry the accessories were not included.
A charging cable comes in the box to link to a computer, but users must buy a £39 wireless magnetic charger or a £19 wall adaptor.
They are also being steered towards AirPods at £159 to £249, or £19 for wired earbuds.
The move away from including chargers and earphones is meant to reduce Apple’s carbon footprint.
But one tech support worker said: “new iPhone, new rip-off”.
London right-to-repair campaigner Ugo Vallauri, co-founder of the Restart Project, said: “When we talk about electronic waste, the main culprit is the phone, not the charger, so we would like Apple to make all parts and repair information available to all.”
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