Next Generation iPhone May Still Have Lightning Port, 5W USB Charger [Report]

Next Generation iPhone May Still Have Lightning Port, 5W USB Charger [Report]

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Apple's next generation iPhone may not get updated with a USB-C port after all, says Macotakara. To keep costs the same, Apple will purportedly bundle the same EarPods with Lightning connector and the same 5W USB charger with each new iPhone.

If the next iPhone is changed with USB-C connecter specification, USB-C cable, New EarPods with USB-C Connector must be packed together with it and i needs to change USB power adapter as well as 18W USB-C power adapter. At present, in addition to the fact that USB PD charging is possible using the L connector, they have their sights set on maintaining the third-party USB-C - Lightning cable business. Those connected with the accessory manufacturers predict that the possibility that the next generation iPhone USB-C connector will be adapted is becoming low.

Following Apple's move to USB-C and an 18W charger for its new iPad Pros, many users were hoping the company would do the same with its next generation iPhones. Although today's report is disheartening, plans could change ahead of the 'iPhone XI' unveiling this fall.

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Next Generation iPhone May Still Have Lightning Port, 5W USB Charger [Report]

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beyweeb - February 11, 2019 at 9:53pm
This is actually a good news, I like the lightning cable, and I would like it to stay for as long as we still use cables, in fact it is more secure and protect the device from any power damage, and if it breaks it does outside which you can throw it away and buy a new one, while the USB type C can easily breaks the tongue inside the device and that is my friend a true pain in the ass.
wakbordr - February 11, 2019 at 5:19pm
I don't care what they do as long as that stupid notch is gone. But, I do hate the lightning plug. They all go bad and don't last for nothing. It would be nice to have one plug for everything.
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