New iPhone, new charger: Why does Apple need to move directly to ‘Type C’ charger?

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When the new iPhone is unveiled on September 12, it’s almost certain that it will have a USB charging point.

Unlike its rival mobile phones, the iPhone currently uses a lighting adapter that only charges Apple’s mobile phones.

In order to save consumers and reduce waste in the context of the environment, the European Union has obliged mobile phone manufacturers by December 2024 to have a common charging connection in phones so that all mobile phones use the same type of charger. Charge with a charging cord.

Almost all of Apple’s new products, such as the latest iPad, already use USB-C, but Apple has previously objected to the EU law. At the time it was introduced, an Apple representative told BBC News that ‘strict regulation mandating only one type of connector stifles rather than encourages innovation, resulting in Europe And consumers around the world will suffer.’

‘Lightning to USB-C’ adapters were already available from other electronics brands such as Amazon, but wireless charging has been available in iPhones since the iPhone 8 in 2017.

The current iPhone 14 looks set to be the last phone to exclusively use a Lightning cable, which could mean the beginning of the end for the cable.

Its current price is ten pounds which is more than 7300 Pakistani rupees. It is unclear whether this change will be made globally, but it is unlikely that Apple will make a different version of the product just for the European market. Different types of charging cables.
These changes are expected to make it to the new iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro at Apple’s event next week.

According to Bloomberg News, users will benefit from using a single charger for iPads, iMacs and iPhones, and faster download speeds.

According to the EU, the law will apply to ‘small and medium-sized portable electronics’, which will include the following products:

mobile phones
Mouse and keyboard
GPS device
Headphones, headsets and earphones
Portable speakers

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