Unexpected news aboutiPhone 14. Apparently, Apple’s new smartphone will not be equipped with a porta USB-C. The transition to the standard required by the European Union, in fact, will probably take place with the new iPhone 15 series, which the Cupertino company is already planning. But let’s find out something more.
iPhone 14: Apple will not integrate USB-C in the new series
As you well know, in June theEuropean Union reached an agreement to make the door USB-C mandatory on electronic devices starting from 2024. “This law is part of a wider EU effort to make products in the EU more sustainable, reduce electronic waste and make life easier for consumers – reads the agreement – . Under the new rules, consumers will no longer need a different charging device and cable every time they buy a new device and will be able to use a single charger for all their small and medium-sized portable electronic devices. “
“Phones, tablets, e-readers, earphones, digital cameras, headphones and earphones, portable video game consoles and portable speakers that are rechargeable via wired cable will need to be equipped with a USB Type-C port, regardless of manufacturer. Laptops will also have to be adjusted to the requirements within 40 months of entry into force “. According to the provisions of the EU, Apple will have to say goodbye to its Lightning port starting from 2024. Sure, we expected this to happen already with the iPhone 14, but the USB-C port does not seem to be among the features of the new smartphone. We will wait again, there is nothing more to say.