Apple may finally be deciding to bundle faster charging adapters with this year’s iPhones, according to a new post on Weibo, reported by MacRumors. The report suggests that Apple would be planning to “upgrade to USB-C support” for all of its devices by shipping them with a redesigned 18-watt power adapter and USB-C to Lightning cable. Notably, however, it doesn’t appear that Apple is switching to a USB-C interface, but rather merely bundling a USB-C capable adapter, essentially a lower-powered version of its current 29W USB-C power adapter, and the company’s standard USB-C to Lighting Cable. Currently, Apple only includes a basic five-watt power adapter with current iPhones, relegating even the most recent iPhones — to the slowest possible charging speeds. The Weibo report also suggests that the charger will see a new design, replacing the traditional square shape used since the iPhone 3G era. The report also adds that Apple will continue to restrict MFi partners from making USB-C to Lightning cables until at least 2019.