iPhone 15 Series to Have Two Different USB-C Ports

According to an analyst, Apple’s next-generation smartphone – the iPhone 15 series, is set to come with two different USB-C ports.

More specifically, the standard and Plus variants of the iPhone 15 series will have a regular USB-C port, which offers general speeds as the current Lightning connector. Whereas the Pro and Pro Max variants have an upgraded USB-C standard like USB 3.2 or Thunderbolt 3 for even better speeds.

USB-C in New iPhones

With several governments forcing Apple to fit a USB-C port on all it’s devices, the company is hoping to perform accordingly with the iPhone 15 series. We’ve already seen that the latest iPad Pro has a USB-C port, while the iPhones and other iPads are about to have this soon.

Now, a renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that Apple will set two different USB-C ports for it’s iPhone 15 series, with the standard and Plus variants having a regular USB-C port and the Pro and Pro Max models having a USB-C 3.2 or Thunderbolt 3 port.

This strongly differentiates the premium iPhone 15 handsets (standard and Plus) from their ultra-premium (Pro and Pro Max) counterparts in terms of transfer speed. Whether Apple is forced to adopt the USB-C standard or do it on it’s own, it’s good for the consumers that a USB-C port is set on all the future iPhones to have easy charging options.

This is a big development for Apple, especially after using the Lightning connector for over a decade nearly. Apple ditched the 30-pin dock connector in 2012 for the same Lightning connector, which was a big leap at that time – especially when all the Android phones were using USB-B ports.

Moreover, the Lightning connector could be inserted in any direction to make it work. Now, advancing this move, Apple is all set to leverage the USB-C port for most of it’s future products.

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