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iPhone 15 will get USB-C charger, Apple will make big changes next year

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Apple may change the charging ports of the iPhone 15 next year.
However, initially this feature will be given only in the high end model iPhone 15 Ultra.
However, it will take time for AirPods, AirPods Pro and AirPods Max to get USB-C ports.

New Delhi. Apple will now have to switch chargers for the iPhone from Lightning to USB-C as per new European Union (EU) regulations. The company has until 2024 to comply with the new rule. After this, the company will have to provide a single charging port for most electronic devices like phones, tablets and headphones. According to the information, the iPhone 15 can get a USB-C charging port next year. However, initially this feature will be given only in the high end model iPhone 15 Ultra.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman claims in his weekly newsletter that Apple will probably introduce completely irreversible charging on the iPhone and iPad in the next few years, matching the Apple Watch. Gurman also claims that Apple may soon find a technology that can charge its devices wirelessly.

USB-C charging will also be available in Mac accessories
Let us tell you that in 2019 also Apple had to scrap the AirPower charging mat, which was announced in 2017. Notably, Apple currently offers Lightning cables for iPhone and AirPods, USB-C chargers for iPad Pro and MacBook, and MagSafe chargers for Apple Watch.

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Will take until 2024
If Mark Garman is to be believed, other Apple mobile accessories and Mac accessories can also support USB-C charging ports, including the Magic Mouse and Magic Keyboard, etc. However, it may take until 2024 for AirPods, AirPods Pro and AirPods Max to get USB-C ports.

USB-C charger mandatory
The EU has made a USB-C charger mandatory for all electronic devices.
Last week, the European Union called for companies making phones, tablets, cameras, headphones and headsets, e-readers, keyboards, mice, mobile navigation systems, portable game consoles and speakers to switch to USB-C by the end of 2024. was made mandatory.

better for customers
According to Gurman, Apple knows that switching to USB-C ports is better for customers, but it doesn’t want to set a bad precedent by publicly agreeing that a government is guiding its product development plan. . The company would like to be able to say that it has decided to switch to USB-C for its own reasons.

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