Friday, August 19, 2022

One new charging port for all phones and tablets, new EU decision

The European Union has agreed to use the same charging ports for all phones and tablets.

The European Union (EU) has announced that under the new agreement, all companies will be required to install USB-C charging ports on their small electronic devices by the fall of 2024. However, the laptop will need to use input after some time.

Following the EU decision, Apple will have to redesign its iPhone and stop using the Lightning Cable, which has been in use for 10 years. Most Android phones use a USB-C port for charging.

According to the European Union, the use of multiple charging ports by various companies has led to an increase in electronic waste and confusion among consumers.

But many companies, including Apple, have said that the different types of space in the charging port of their devices lead to better performance.

However, Apple’s resistance was weak, and a recent Bloomberg report stated that the company was working on an iPhone with a USB-C port.

Apple has already replaced the USB-C lightning cable charging port for its iPads and laptops.

According to some reports, Apple intends to get rid of the charging plug completely and is encouraging users to charge the device via wireless charging.

According to the ruling, the new law will not apply to devices that will ripen before the fall of 2024.

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