Earlier this week, well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggested that Apple Lightning port could eat up to USB-C port in 2023 iPhone Models Now, according to a recent report by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the company has begun testing iPhones equipped with a USB-C port. In addition, the report suggests that the tech giant has begun testing new adapters.
According to reports, Apple’s move may be due to new legal requirements imposed by Europe. For those who don’t know, the European Union is working on a new law that could force Apple to use the USB-C port on all products, including its iPhones, iPads and AirPods.
If Apple adopts USB-C port, it will help users get faster charging speed and faster data transfer. Rumors of Apple adopting a USB-C port for iPhones have been circulating for the past few years. The tech giant has already switched to various iPad models.
If the latest tweets from Kuo are true, the iPhone 15 will mark the end of the Lightning connector as Apple’s primary charging cable almost 13 years later. Kuo also believes the move will also help suppliers of the Apple ecosystem focus on the market over the next two years.
Although Apple is currently preparing to launch the iPhone 14 series later this year, we have seen numerous reports about its successor. According to leaks, Apple iPhone The 15 may have an under-display Face ID feature that will help the company get rid of the notch, in addition, the 2023 iPhone models are rumored to have a periscope lens, an under-display Touch ID and many other new features.