A recent leak suggests that the upcoming iPhone 15 series will feature a USB-C port, in compliance with new EU regulations.
This means that the iPhone 15 will adopt the new universal USB standard for various smart devices in the EU.
While it may take some time to adjust to this change, it’s interesting to see how the USB-C port will look on an iPhone. It’s worth noting that Apple already uses USB-C ports on its iPad and Mac, so it’s not entirely surprising.
Additionally, the leaked photo reveals the iPhone 15’s new, rounder edges. This is the first time we’re seeing this aspect, following earlier rumors. Some sources also suggest that Apple may switch to using titanium, leaving stainless steel behind.
While these rumors are still unconfirmed, it’s exciting to see what Apple has in store for us. For a while, it was believed that the iPhone 15 wouldn’t have a USB port, as the company reportedly preferred investing in wireless charging and data transfer. But with this new leak, it seems like those plans may have changed.
As always, it’s important to take rumors with a grain of salt, but this development is certainly something to look forward to. The iPhone 15 may bring about a new era of universal USB compatibility, and we can’t wait to see how it performs.