Reports have revealed that the Apple iPhone 14 Series arriving in September 2022 will feature models such as a 6.1″ iPhone 14, 6.1″ iPhone 14 Pro, a 6.7″ iPhone 14 Max, and a 6.7″ iPhone 14 Pro Max.
iDrop News has learnt via several sources that the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will finally include a USB Type-C port.
Apple has been offering the Lightning port which offers USB 2.0 speeds since 2021. It appears that the Cupertino-based giant is going to finally offer the USB-C port on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
As it is known that the ProRes available on the iPhone 14 Pro and 13 Pro Max consumes a lot of storage.
For instance, a 720GB unedited 4K is likely to take around 3 hours and 45 minutes to get transferred from iPhone 13 Pro/ Pro Max to a PC.
If the same file is exported via a USB Type-C available on the iPad Pro 2021, it takes only nearly 3 minutes to perform the data transfer. The report further claims that the Biden-Harris Administration and the European Union want all upcoming devices including iPhones to feature a USB Type-C port.
If companies do not adhere to the new decision, they may face a hefty fine. This could be the other reason why the upcoming Pro iPhones are likely to feature a USB Type-C port.
Apple has stopped providing chargers with iPhones in a bid to protect the environment. The company removed the charger stating that people already have chargers from older or other devices.
It believes that the change will cut down carbon emissions. The inclusion of a USB Type-C port will mean that there will only be one type of charger connector on iPhones and other devices.