- Apple is testing iPhones with USB-C port
<"It's very early to launch the iPhone without a port due to the current limitations of wireless technology and the lack of development of the Magosif ecosystem," said the well-known American technology giant product analyst. In recent years, there have been numerous rumors and speculations about Apple using the USB-C port for the iPhone. The rumors peaked especially after the iPads were equipped with a USB-C port. Many Apple users also hoped that the company's smartphones would be equipped with a USB-C port, but the American tech giant still uses the Lightning port for these phones.
In this regard, we should note that apparently The European Union has taken another step towards integrating electronics chargers and is set to soon ask companies to choose the USB-C charger as the standard way to charge their products. This decision both significantly protects the environment and that users will not have to follow the policies of the manufacturers.
As you probably know, in the latest EU decision on gadget manufacturers Smart have been asked to reduce e-waste generation to prevent further environmental pollution. One of the steps to be taken in this regard is the acceptance of the USB-C standard by all manufacturers, which allows users to use one charger for each device. The European Union has also called for integrated fast-charging technology.
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In other words, Companies operating within the borders of this union must work together and globally develop fast charging standards that are compatible with any type of charger. With the passage of the new EU law, Apple will be forced to use USB-C as a standard port in the territory of the Commission, and given that the production of two iPhone models with two separate charging ports does not make sense at all, so most likely the port Lightning will be phased out in the near future.
The American tech giant reacted to the plan, calling it harmful to use USB-C as a standard port, claiming that the plan would hinder the advancement of technology. Will take. Interestingly, Apple changed the port of most iPads and MacBooks to USB-C, but resisted changing the port of the iPhone. The EU, on the other hand, is concerned that users are constantly buying different chargers with different standards, as this will cause a large number of companies to produce chargers for different products, which will have detrimental effects on the environment. "Earlier, in a statement to AFP," Apple said in a statement to AFP: "Encouraging creativity and innovation destroys them and hurts consumers in Europe and around the world." We will have to wait and see what decision will be made next month at the European Parliament session.