Apple iPhone 15: In some good news for iPhone lovers around the world, Apple is ready to leave the universally recognized USB-C smartphone port or (iPhone 15 series) iPhone Lightning port in 2023, according to news agency IANS.
According to the report, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in a tweet that the new iPhones will come next year with the popular USB-C port. “My recent survey indicates that the new iPhone 2H23 (second half of 2023) will leave the Lightning port and switch to the USB-C port. Depending on the support, “Kuo said in a tweet.
Apple introduced the Lightning Port Standard in September 2012. Phil Schiller, Apple Fellow who is responsible for the App Store and Apple Events, called it “a modern connector for the next decade,” the IANS report said.
According to Cuo, existing USB-C-related suppliers of Apple’s ecosystem (e.g., IC controllers, connectors) are expected to become the center of the market in the next 1-2 years, “thanks to the huge orders for iPhones and accessories. USB-C ports. . “
The smartphone industry has largely adopted the retro USB-C standard. Apple recently added USB-C to its latest iPad and many Macs have used USB-C-compatible Thunderbolt ports. The European Union is also considering a proposal that would make USB-C ports mandatory on smartphones and other electronics, the report said.
In related news, Apple recently announced the discontinuation of the iPod, which was launched more than 20 years ago, and has fascinated users around the world with music on the go. The company says the latest iPod Touch model will be available at supply end.
Customers will be able to purchase the iPod Touch via apple.com/in, and supplies will end up through Apple-approved resellers, Apple said in a statement late Tuesday.
“The spirit of the iPod survives. We’ve integrated an incredible music experience across all our products, from the iPhone to the Apple Watch to the Homepod Mini and across the Mac, iPad and Apple TV,” said Greg Joswalk, senior vice president of worldwide marketing at Apple.