Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro will reportedly feature new charging port
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According to reports, Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro will feature a new charging port and titanium edges.

There are reportedly going to be some major changes in Apple’s iPhone 15.

According to a report from Bloomberg, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will support USB-C charging to comply with EU regulations.

Apple has long been aiming to use titanium edges instead of stainless steel on its Pro models.

There are reportedly some major changes coming to Apple’s high-end iPhone 15 models this fall.

Since 2012, Apple has used its proprietary Lightning charger for iPhones, but Bloomberg reports that the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will support USB-C charging. According to the report, the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max models will have titanium edges instead of stainless steel. These phones might be a bit lighter if that’s the case.

Most modern gadgets use USB-C, including Android phones, tablets, Apple iPads, and Kindle eReaders. As a result, you will only have to carry one charger for all your devices.

In late 2018, EU member states approved a common charger law that will require all electronic devices, including mobile phones and tablets, to support USB-C charging by 2024. Some markets will no longer accept Apple’s Lightning charger.

Greg Joswiak, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, said at The Wall Street Journal Tech Live conference in October: “Obviously, we’ll have to comply.”

According to Bloomberg, Apple is also considering raising the price of its high-end iPhone Pros. The company now sells a high-end iPhone Pro starting at $999 and a Max model with a bigger screen starting at $1,099.