Apple's iPhone 15 Pro will be having a unique charging port and titanium edges
August 2, 2023: Apple is training to reveal its next generation of devices, and the high-end iPhone 15 models will reportedly have a significant change.
According to a report, the company has used its proprietary Lightning charger for iPhones since 2012, but the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will be compatible with USB-C charging. The report said the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max models will feature titanium edges instead of stainless steel. That may make those phones a bit lighter.
USB-C is used by most modern gadgets, from Android phones and tablets to most of Apple’s iPads and some of Amazon’s Kindle eReaders. It means you can carry one charger that will work with your devices.
Ministers from EU member states are giving final approval to a common charger law late last year, which means that by the coming year, electronic devices, which include mobile phones and tablets, will require to support USB-C settings. In other terms, Apple’s Lightning charger will no longer slash it in some markets.
“We’ll have to comply,” Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide commerce, stated at The Wall Street Journal Tech Live conference in October.
According to the report, Apple is also contemplating raising the price of its high-end iPhone Pros. Since 2019, the group has sold a high-end iPhone Pro that starts in the U.S. at $999 and a Max model with a bigger screen that starts at $1,099.
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