Ming-Chi Koo, a well-known analyst of Apple products, announced yesterday that next year all iPhone 15 models or at least some models of this family will be for the first time They will be available via USB-C port.
Apple is still using the dedicated Lightning port of the iPhone 5. On the other hand, over the years, all kinds of gadgets have become widely used with the USB-C port, but Apple is still resisting. The whistleblower also said that such a feature would increase the charging speed as well as the data transfer speed.
Mr. Koo had long said that Apple would use the Lightning port in a few years. But EU pressure seems to be finally paying off, and Apple executives have decided to make it a point. The EU has long wanted to pass a law mandating the use of USB-C ports in all types of gadgets. And unveil other gadgets based on the USB-C port, or leave out the Lightning port for all markets altogether. Most iPad models now use the USB-C port, which makes it easier for users to access a variety of peripherals.
Lightning port restrictions face many problems. But not only does USB-C make it easier for these users, but in general users can enjoy a wider range of peripherals.
It has long been said that Apple only works when the iPhone does not have a port. When ready, he puts aside Lightning. This means that the phone in question will only be charged wirelessly. However, the market is not yet ready to remove the port, and due to increasing pressure from the European Union, Apple has apparently backed down from its decision.
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