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Apple’s new iPhones include a USB-C port and titanium finishes


 Apple iPhones USB-C port

With the release of the new iPhone 15 series on September 12th, Apple is finally switching to USB-C after more than ten years of utilizing Lightning cables.

After using Lightning cords (and all of the corresponding dongles) for more than ten years, Apple is finally making the switch to USB-C with the new iPhone 15 series. Apple officially announced the transition on September 12th at its "Wonderlust" event, possibly simplifying daily technology for new iPhone buyers but causing yet another pain for owners of earlier-generation gadgets.

The 2015 MacBook was the first Apple product to include some USB-C functionality, while the 2016 MacBook Pro was the follow-up. However, aside from its laptops, the company has not spoken publicly about its plans to introduce comparable changes for iPhones. But that day has finally arrived, in large measure because of the European Union. By the end of 2024, the majority of electronics manufacturers must use the USB-C charger as a universal connector, according to legislation agreed by EU lawmakers last year. With its new iPhone 15 choices, Apple is unmistakably getting a head start on the phase out.

Additionally, the Super Retina XDR OLED Super Retina screens on iPhone 15 models will include Dynamic Island bars at the top, supporting Dolby Vision. Additionally, outdoor brightness of 2,000 nits is provided on the 6.1- and 6.7-inch screens. However, the actual physical designs of the smartphones, which come in multiple colors including black, blue, green, blue, yellow and pink with a textured matte finish and ceramic shield screens aren't altering all that much.

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