After the EU passed a law requiring Apple to switch to USB-C by 2024, it is now projected that the iPhone 15 models will incorporate USB-C for the first time in 2019. The new USB-C port will boost the data transfer rates on the iPhone 15 Pro, claims Apple Analyst Ming Chi Kuo.
Kuo made the forecast in a string of tweets on Wednesday, citing his “latest study” as the source of the information. He specified that the “15 Pro & 15 Pro Max will support at least USB 3.2 or Thunderbolt 3.” “All new iPhones released in the second half of this year will switch from Lightning to USB-C, according to my most recent poll. only two premium models—the 15 and While the two ordinary variants, the 15 and 15 Plus, will continue to offer USB 2.0, much like Lightning, the Pro and 15 Pro Max will continue to allow wired high-speed transmission.
As of late, it appears that Kuo has additional information on how Apple will use USB-C to differentiate its devices and how the 2023 crop of iPhones will feature it. In May, Kuo predicted that the change in connection “may boost iPhone’s transfer and charging speed.”
For the second half of 2023, the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro lineups are expected to be released.