The new Retro 67 Charger from Shargeek provides Apple fans a retro-style charger with modern day USB-C functionality.
Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman predicts that Apple will start implementing USB-C on the next iPhone, AirPods and Mac accessories before 2024.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman thinks USB-C won’t last long on iPhone, and that Apple will make it a portless device in the relatively near future. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts agrees, while Ken is not so sure. Then, it turns out rollercoasters CAN set off Apple’s Crash Detection. We’ll talk about that on this happy Monday edition of The Mac Observer’s Daily Observations.
The European Union has agreed that USB-C will be the new standard common charger, the iPhone must be USB-C in the EU by 2024.
As in other parts of the world, another nation wants a standard phone charger. India may require Apple to make the iPhone charge via USB-C.
A Brazilian regulatory agency proposed a requirement for manufacturers that will make USB-C charging ports the standard for smartphones.
The U.K. government is not seriously considering the recent EU rule that requires all small and medium devices to use USB-C charging cables.
A new legislation has been approved by the EU, requiring the use of USB-C on small- and medium-sized devices such as iPhones and AirPods.
Apple is rumored to be testing new iPhone models with USB-C instead of a Lightning charging port, while other accessories might follow, too.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that Apple will finally ditch the Lightning port in favor of USB-C in iPhone 15.