Apple to introduce USB-C charging port in new iPhone 15 series, meeting EU regulations


The change that users have been demanding for a long time in the new iPhones is the use of a USB Type-C charging port. For more than a decade, iPhone users have needed different chargers to charge their devices.

The reason for this is that Apple can provide USB Type-C charging in the iPhone 15 series. This has been demanded by users for a long time.

According to recent leaks, the iPhone 15 series will be equipped with a USB Type-C charging port.

Note that in October 2022, a law was passed by the European Union that made it mandatory to use the same charging port for all mobile phones, tablets, and cameras in Europe.

In December, the European Union announced that the change would be implemented by December 28, 2024.

In this regard, in October 2022, Apple representatives confirmed that the company would comply with European laws and use the USB-C charging port in new phones.

Currently, the iPhone is charged with a Lightning cable, while USB-C is used for charging in most Android phones.

This will be the first change in iPhones by Apple in 11 years.

Before this, in 2012, the company replaced the 30-pin connector with the Lightning port.

Removing the USB Type-C port and adding the Dynamic AMOLED feature to all iPhone 15 models is a significant development that has been demanded by users for a long time.

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