In the run-up to the 2022 iPhone, a new report has revealed that Apple may finally bring the Type C USB port to its smartphones. For the Pro model of the iPhone 14 series, a USB-C port will be available for this only. With the giant Cupertino source reporting the three main reasons for the last switch to USB C ports, the report was shared by LeaksApplePro and iDropNews.
First, the iPhone developer is looking to avoid any legal issues caused by not including a global USB C port. Recently, the European Union pushed for the standard USB C ports in all devices, and even came from the history of any company that does not comply with this new standard.
While the iPhone 14 Pro will be the only variant to feature a USB C port in 2022, the report said that even smaller models will feature this port by 2023. In addition, data transfer speeds are also an important factor as the Light cables also moves with USB 2.0 speeds. Previously, some iPad Pro models that featured a USB Type-C port supported USB 3.0, so it is not surprising if the company switches with iPhones well in the near future.
The final reason for Apple switching to USB C is to protect the environment in public. In other words, the universally accepted standard support will help reduce electrical pollution, with USB C possibly even cutting some charge for the iPhone 14 Pro. Keep in mind that this is an unsatisfactory report, so take it with a pinch of salt and stay tuned for more updates.