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In current time Apple iPhone 14 is running and dependently will release iPhone 15 in next year. but discussing on forums about wireless iPhone 15. iPhone 14 already using USB C port for charger. some one leagued that iPhone 15 will not using USB C port. Apple will ditch its proprietary Lightning port and switch to USB-C on all or possibly some models of the iPhone 15 lineup destined to launch in the second half of 2023, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said today.
Apple iPhone 15 USB C Port
Most of Apple’s iPad lineup already features USB-C for faster transfer speeds from accessories such as cameras. For photographers and cinematographers, a demographic Apple has been keen to target with its high-end iPhones, the Lightning port represents a bottleneck for transferring large video and photo files. A move to USB-C would ease that workflow, make it easier to transfer files and be supported by a broader ecosystem of USB-C accessories.
Initial speculation was that Apple would keep the Lightning port on the iPhone until it’s ready to go entirely port-less, relying simply on MagSafe to charge and transfer files. MagSafe was first introduced on the iPhone with the iPhone 12 in 2020, so it’s still a relatively new technology to the iPhone. The pressure being placed by the EU may have forced Apple to reconsider its timeline for moving entirely portless, requiring it to comply with possible upcoming regulations and move the iPhone to USB-C.
USB C Port vs Wireless
Apple Inc. should have moved to USB-C charging on the iPhone and other mobile devices a few years ago. After all, it switched to USB-C on some laptops in 2015 and on the iPad Pro in 2018.
Instead, it’s left its most loyal customers with a confusing patchwork of options. If you’re an Apple fan entrenched in its ecosystem—with an iPhone, AirPods, iPad, Apple Watch and MacBook—you need at least three different chargers: Lightning for the iPhone and AirPods, USB-C for the iPad Pro and MacBook, and MagSafe for the Apple Watch. The watch charger can double as an earbuds charger, so that helps. And Apple recently rolled out a second variant of MagSafe to charge its laptops. But it’s a far cry from the clean, simple approach to technology espoused by Apple.
Before you bring out the world’s smallest violin, I acknowledge that this is very much a First World problem. Anyone who can afford all those devices isn’t suffering too much. Still, it’s an area where Apple can and should make improvements.
Apple iPhone 15 USB C Port vs Wireless
Behind the scenes, though, Apple has been preparing for this law. I think the company will even handily beat the due date with its most visible products. The iPhone 15 is essentially a lock to get USB-C in the fall of 2023, beating the mandate by a year. The one remaining iPad without USB-C (the entry-level model), should be getting the port by the end of this year.
That leaves the AirPods, Magic Mouse, Magic Keyboard and Magic Trackpad as the lone devices that will need to eventually make the switch.
The law states that the shift applies to new devices. So, let’s assume Apple rolls out an iPhone SE in March 2024 with Lightning and not USB-C. That wouldn’t make that device out of compliance in the EU because it launched before the end of 2024. It just would mean that the 2025 or 2026 model would require the change.