Apple may embrace USB-C but a port-less iPhone could still be coming

For most phone companies, the EU’s decision to mandate USB-C chargers doesn’t matter, because they’ve already been doing it for years. But Apple is not so fortunate, thanks to years of sticking to its own proprietary charging connections, before slowly moving to USB-C over the past few years, though sticking with Lightning for its iPhones and AIrPods. 

During the latest instalment of his ‘Power On’ newsletter (opens in new tab), Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman claims those days could soon be over, noting that Apple is going to switch ports on various accessories from 2024. That’s on top of existing rumors, which claim the iPhone 15 will be the first Apple phone to offer USB-C instead of Lightning. That’s expected to arrive in fall 2023.

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