IPhone 8 may have USB Type-C port instead of Lightning port

The next generation of the iPhone should introduce a long series of improvements, especially because it marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone. And speculation multiplies. But, the latest speculation about the changes that Apple could deploy on the future iPhone 8 emanates from a small group of people.

It is speculated that the next generation of the iPhone should introduce a long series of improvements, especially because it marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone.

The most recent rumor about the changes that Apple could deploy on the next iPhone is somewhat surprising. And since the rumor itself is based on information provided by the Wall Street Journal, it is likely that it has some truth.

In summary, the WSJ specifies that, in addition to other changes, Apple may abandon on Lightning’s port in favor of the USB-C, a connector that is already used by other mobile carriers and is supposed to arrive on The eternal rival, the Samsung Galaxy S8. Specifically, the publication relayed by the source mentioned above indicates that the next iPhone will come with a “USB-C port for the power cord and other peripheral devices instead of the traditional Lightning port . ”

After you drop the headset port for the Lightning port, is Apple ready to replace the iPhone’s proprietary connector with USB-C? Difficult to say, but it is likely for a company that it has already adopted it in the past.

USB-C for charging cable?

This information is rather vague, and could actually indicate that the USB-C port will not necessarily be used on the iPhone, but at the other end of the iPhone cable . Apple has already adopted the USB-C standard on the new generation of MacBook, so the company could offer iPhone users an easy way to load their devices.

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