Apple has been gradually transitioning from its proprietary Lightning connector to USB-C

The move comes after the European Union passed a law requiring USB-C charging ports for all cellphones

the end of 2024, in an effort to reduce e-waste and make a common charger for all consumers

Apple has been resistant to making the change on the iPhone, but the company has been gradually adding USB-C ports

Apple unveiled its next generation of iPhones on September 12, 2023, and announced it will drop its proprietary

All new Apple products, including the forthcoming iPhone 15, will no longer be manufactured to fit the proprietary

The change could ultimately streamline the charging process across various devices and brands.

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