At the end of 2024, the iPhone and other Apple gadgets will be on the market with the USB Type-C break-up instead of the proprietary Lightning debuting in 2012 in the iPhone 5 model.
And this is not a decision by the American company itself, but a new law just passed by the European Parliament, of course it only concerns the territory of the European Union and, theoretically, Apple can continue to produce gadgets with both Lightning and USB Type-C.
On the one hand, the production of two versions of each device is less cost-effective in terms of product costs, but on the other hand, it would allow Apple to earn more money on the sale of brand chargers; the new EU law applies to telephones, smartphones, tablets, cameras, headphones and garrisons, portable consoles and columns, electronic books, portable navigators and laptops.
If the device is charged through the cable and has a capacity of 100 W, it should be used by USB Type-C. Meanwhile, Dell announced a game PC with 13th generation Intel Core processors, and Xiaomi introduced wireless headphones with keis as a pendant.