Apple forced to switch to USB-C on iPhones by mid-2024 under EU law

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Not long ago, every device manufacturer had their own unique cable for charging. In recent years, the designs of mobile phones, laptops, headphones and tablets have increasingly all adopted the USB-C charging port. But there’s one major exception: Apple. The iPhone maker has so far resisted the consensus on USB-C, preferring instead to continue using its proprietary Lightning connector. However EU states and the European Parliament agreed in June to force manufacturers to switch to uniform charging cables from mid-2024 onwards. An iPhone 16 with USB-C In terms of iPhone generations, that means…

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