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The European Commission recently updated the existing directive on wireless devices to coordinate charging connections and fast charging technology. The USB-C port will be available on all devices sold in the European Union in a few years, including smartphones, tablets, cameras, headphones, portable speakers, and portable game consoles. Most of the manufacturers of Android mobile devices are already using the USB-C interface or planning to replace the microUSB port in the near future.

Of course, Apple will also have to adapt to the new European directive on radios. This still uses the Lightning interface on its mobile devices. It has been in use since 2012, when it was officially launched in association with the iPhone 5 smartphone. But that is expected to change soon, with the launch of the iPhone 15 smartphone.

Many experts are convinced that Apple should use the USB-C 2.1 interface to set up the iPhone 15 smartphone. The advantage of the new interface is mainly the power that the cable can provide to external devices. The maximum power is set to 240 watts, which is significantly more than the current solutions. Additionally, it allows data transfer speeds of up to 40 Gbps (USB 4 Gen 3 x 2). We are sure that this will delight iPhone users.

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