iPhone 15 models with USB Type-C ports may require MFi cables for full functionality

iPhone 15 models with USB Type-C ports may require MFi cables for full functionality

iPhone 15 models with USB Type-C ports may require MFi cables for full functionality

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Apple should integrate a USB Type-C port on its future iPhone 15 to comply with a European Union law. The company may remove the Lightning port for charging and data transfer on the rumored iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max models. A reliable informant suggests that the Cupertino giant will still set certain charging standards and restrict the functions of other third-party accessories not approved by Apple. Cables and power adapters not certified under Apple’s MFi (Made for iPhone) program may be subject to charging and data transfer limits.


Tipster ShrimpApplePro (@VNchocoTaco) tweeted that future iPhone models will only support USB Type-C accessories that have been certified by Apple’s Made for iPhone (MFi) program. He claimed that Apple may limit the charging speed and functionality of unsupported cables. According to the tipster, iPhone assembler Foxconn has already started mass production of accessories like EarPods and cables.

Apple earlier confirmed that it will comply with a European Union law mandating a single charging port for mobile phones and electronic devices to increase interoperability and reduce environmental waste caused by disposal. chargers and switch the iPhone to a USB Type-C charger. The next iPhone 15 line could be the first to ship with USB Type-C ports. Most Android smartphones currently offer USB Type-C standards.

In November last year, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo estimated that the iPhone 15 series Pro models could offer improved wired data transfer speed. The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max/iPhone 15 Ultra can get at least USB-C 3.2 and Thunderbolt 3 speed, while the vanilla iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus are said to have USB 2.0 and would retain the 480 Mbps transfer speeds offered by current Lightning. harbors.

Apple has already switched its entire range of MacBooks and some iPad models, among other things, to USB Type-C technology. As of now, Apple has not announced any details regarding the adoption of USB Type-C ports on the iPhone 15 models. So these details should be taken with a pinch of salt.

Apple launched the iPad Pro (2022) and iPad (2022) alongside the new Apple TV this week. We discuss the company’s latest products, as well as our iPhone 14 Pro review on Orbital, the Gadgets 360 podcast. Orbital is available on Spotify, Gaana, JioSaavn, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, and everywhere you get your podcasts.
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