Latest iPhone 15 Leak Drops Bombshell!
Well, we thought that it would never happen, but miracles happen. After months of rumors, we just got a new leak showing what that iPhone 15’s USB-C ports will look like. If correct, it will mean that iPhones will change their charging port for the first time in over a decade.
So, if you’re thinking that Apple suddenly realized the benefits of USB-C, that’s not the case. The EU had to basically twist the company’s arm to make this change. However, this wasn’t a campaign targeted at Apple. Starting last year, the EU started a push to make USB-C the standard charging port across Europe. This means that the majority of mobile devices that can be powered by USB-C will be. This includes devices like smartphones, tablets, smaller laptops, etc. Appliances and larger devices, obviously, are excluded from this. This is a push to keep companies from making proprietary connectors for their devices. This tactic forces people to only buy accessories from that company. While that’s lucrative for the company, it’s inconvenient for the customers. A leak shows the iPhone 15’s USB-C port Since this is a leak, you’ll want to take it with a grain of salt. It comes courtesy of @lipilipsi (via GSM Arena). The leak doesn’t show the phone itself, but it shows us the individual USB-C components for the three models of the phone. The top one shows the part for the iPhone 15 Pro Max, the second shows the iPhone 15 Plus’, and the bottom shows the base iPhone 15’s. So, all of the models will be using USB-C. According to the report, the base model will use USB 2.0 ports with a 480Mbps transfer speed and up to 20W charging. The two upper-tier models could get USB 3.2 connectors with better specs. This leak also gives us a small preview of some of the colors these phones could come in. They all seem to be some shade of blue with the base model having the lightest shade. If you’re excited for the iPhone 15, there’s not much more time to wait. This phone is expected to get an official announcement on September 13th. The post A leak shows the iPhone 15's USB-C ports appeared first on Android Headlines.