No, the most recent iPhone doesn't have USB-C charge connector. It still uses USB 2.0 Lightning. EU has introduced legislation proposal, that should make USB-C mandatory universal port for charging of small electronic devices. The purpose is to reduce the environmental footprint, by producing less chargers.
The law which will make USB-C charging connectors mandatory, needs to be approved by European Parliament. Electronic device manufacturers will have some time to comply with the new rules, so USB-C connectors are expected to be mandatory in approx. 2 - 3 years.