iPhone 15 and Entry-Level iPad Rumored to Switch to USB-C

Apple intends to refresh its entry-level iPad with a USB-C port.

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iPhone 15 and Entry-Level iPad Rumored to Switch to USB-C

Apple’s progress from its exclusive Lightning connector to USB-C seems set to go on with the iPhone 15 and the following entry-level iPad model.

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Toward the beginning of May, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said his most recent store network overview showed that something like one new iPhone 15 model will highlight a USB-C port in the last part of 2023. Not long after Kuo shared this data, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman revealed that Apple was to be sure to try model iPhone models with USB-C ports.

In his bulletin last month, Gurman likewise uncovered that Apple intends to refresh its entry-level iPad with a USB-C port. Mac previously progressed the iPad Pro to USB-C in 2018, notwithstanding the iPad Air in 2020 and the iPad scaled down in 2021.

When the iPhone changes to USB-C, Kuo said he anticipates that other Apple extras should embrace USB-C soon, including AirPods charging cases, the MagSafe Battery Pack, and the Magic Keyboard/Trackpad/Mouse triplet. Through its Beats division, Apple as of now incorporates USB-C accusing instances of the Beats Studio Buds and Beats Fit Pro.

All in the event that the iPhone 15 setup and passage level iPad change to USB-C, then, at that point, Apple would offer USB-C across its most recent iPhone and iPad models one year from now.

Last month, the European Parliament reported that it agreed to present another regulation that would make USB-C the normal charging port across all new cell phones, tablets, earphones, and numerous other hardware by fall 2024.

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