Apple introduced Lightning with the iPhone 15 in 2012, ten years ago. The eight-pin connector was much smaller than the 30-pin Apple Dock and could be inserted in either direction. Now the company is preparing to say goodbye to Lightning and move to the standard USB-C connector.
Greg Joswiak, Apple’s chief marketing officer, hands on He confirmed the news to the Wall Street Journal During a conversation with Joanna Stern. “Obviously we will have to comply[[[[New European regulations]He said, “We have no other choice.” Joz may refer to an iPhone without a wired charging option, relying entirely on MagSafe wireless charging, but according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the next generation iPhone will have a USB-C port, and its speed will depend on what you need. Pay for the phone.
according to coiPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will have USB-C ports with speeds up to 480Mbps equivalent to USB 2.0 (same speed as Lightning). Instead, the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max have advanced ports with transfer speeds of up to 40Gbps compatible with Thunderbolt 3. A big difference that has a very recent precedent is The tenth generation of the iPadwith a USB-C port equivalent to USB 2.0, compared to the USB 3.1 port on the iPad Pro.
Slow transfer speeds can be especially frustrating when making local backups or transferring 4K videos and RAW photos to your computer via cable.which is happening so far with Lightning.
On the other hand, the fact that the iPhone is moving to USB-C is good news for e-waste reduction; Although it still is There are still many Apple accessories that keep the Lightning port, such as the AirPods, Magic Keyboard, Magic Trackpad, Magic Mouse, and MagSafe battery.
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