Another report indicates that Apple is completely bowing to the global USB-C standard.
We recently reported that TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said the upcoming iPhone 15 next September might be Apple’s first USB-Cs phone. Since then, a Taiwanese expert known for his often accurate predictions has advanced another tab, and is still talking about the topic of USB-C.
Kuo added to his previous post on Twitter that he knew that due to the current limitations of technology, Apple had broken into iPhone development, which was originally planned without a physical port, so all that was left was to swim with the tide and move to the global standard.
In light of this, it’s no surprise, judging by the post, that many products are switching to USB-C that still uses Apple’s own Lightning connector, which has been in service since 2012, for charging. Kuo cites AirPods, Magic Keyboard, Magic Trackpad, Magic Mouse, and MagSafe external battery as examples.
1. A non-mobile iPhone may cause more problems due to the current limitations of wireless technologies and the immature MagSafe ecosystem.
2. Other Lightning port products (such as AirPods, Magic Keyboard/Trackpad/Mouse, and MagSafe Battery) will switch to USB-C in the foreseeable future. https://t.co/KD14TgBmtr
– 郭明 (Ming-Chi Kuo) (mingchikuo) May 15 2022
The analyzer will “remake USB-Cs” of accessories “for the foreseeable future,” so it could even be before the iPhone. Incidentally, Phil Schiller, Apple’s marketing expert, praised the Lightning connector as the charging standard for the “next decade” at the time of its unveiling, so it would only be a good time to retire if USB-C was more technically advanced, which is As the European Union pushes for unification.
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