Apple could introduce its next handset iPhone 15 with USB-C charging port. The company came into the news for switching the Lightning ports with the USB-C one recently. Following the information, another analyst states that the American firm has started the work and taken its first step in this direction.
Supporting Ming-Chi Kuo’s tweet, Mark Gurman adds to his reports that Apple has jumped with a USB-C port for iPhone 15 on work. However, this also hints that the respective port will not arrive before the next year. This emphasizes the next iPhone lineup that was in expectation to arrive early in 2023 will take more time.
Apple pushed off the Lightning port in the market with iPhone 5. At that time, it swapped the 30-pin dock connector with a compact and undoable plug. Finally, after a span of 10 years, the tech maker felt the need for USB-C charging ports for its handset models. Although the company already implemented the USB-C tech to its large screen devices.
A big advantage that USB-C brings with it is the speed. The data transfer speed increases with USB-C in comparison to wires and other accessories. As a result, users would be able to transfer their data quickly from one device to another, saving their time.