iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have included in the delivery boxes a new type of 18W fast charger, Apple offering us the possibility to charge the phones up to 50% in 30 minutes. The problem is that this new type of fast charger only works with the USB-C standard, and in the box there is a Lightning to USB-C cable.
This means that if you don't have a computer with a USB-C port, you won't be able to connect iPhone 11 Pro to it to copy photos, sync with iTunes, restore. Given that the vast majority of computers and laptops used worldwide do not have USB-C ports, you will need an adapter to do so.
If when Apple removed the audio port from the iPhone it offered an adapter for customers, in this situation iPhone 11 Pro does not come with any. This means that you will have to buy one, otherwise you will not be able to connect iPhone 11 Pro to your computer if it does not have an integrated USB-C port.
It was expected that Apple would not provide the changes required by customers exactly as they would like, so this is perhaps the first step in integrating USB-C into iPhone phones.