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IPhone rumored to adopt USB-C ports next year, 2018 iPhone bundles USB-C charge cables

4 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

Apple is expected to transition its iOS devices to USB-C connectivity later this year, by shipping a Lightning -> USB-C cable and a new 18W charger, previously rendered here. This will move new iPhone buyers over to using USB-C for charging with a cable. It will also mean that customers can take advantage of Type-C fast charging without needing to buy additional accessories.
Next year, Digitimes reports that Apple will add USB-C ports to the iPhone itself. This would be a major shift for the product line and would presumably be the beginning of the end for Apple's proprietary Lightning...
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2019 iPhone X Handsets Could Support USB-C

2019 iPhone X Handsets Could Support USB-C

4 monthes ago   |   By Geeky Gadgets

The design of this years iPhone X handsets is expected to be similar to last years, the 2019 iPhone X devices will get a new design and a number of new features. One of these will apparently be support for USB-C. We recently heard a rumor that this years iPhone X handsets would come with...
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New Rumor Suggests 2018's iPhones Could Ditch Lightning For USB-C

New Rumor Suggests 2018's iPhones Could Ditch Lightning For USB-C

4 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

Over the years Apple has made changes to the way iPhones are charged, starting with the 30-pin connector, before eventually ending up with Lightning which has been found on every iPhone since the iPhone 5. However a new report from DigiTimes has suggested that this could change in 2018. The report claims that sources in the supply chain are claiming that Apple could ditch Lightning for USB-C. This is actually be the first time we're hearing such rumors, although it doesn't sound as unlikely as you would think. Apple has been transitioning its laptops to USB-C only ports, which means that...
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Apple's 2019 iPhone lineup could replace the Lightning port with USB Type-C

Apple's 2019 iPhone lineup could replace the Lightning port with USB Type-C

4 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

In recent times, Apple has largely encouraged the adoption of USB Type-C within the PC industry via its MacBook launches. Despite these efforts, though, the company has shown no sign of interest in the smartphone segment, something that may be about to change.
After years of using its own proprietary Lightning connector in its iPhone devices, 2019 may finally be the year Apple switches over to the more common USB Type-C port. Specifically, the Silicon Valley-based giant is said to currently be in the redesign phase, with the rollout set to happen late next year. ...
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