According to the information released now, we were not able to see USB Type-C connectivity in the 14th generation iPhone.
But the good news is that Apple will be updating the Lightning connectors to support USB 3.0 speed, around 5Gbps.
Only iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will get USB 3.0 speed
For all the users looking to integrate UBS Type-C on the iPhone, we have some bad news. The next generation of Apple smartphone won’t have that kind of connectivity, but there is good news.
Apparently, Cupertino is updating the Lightning connectors so that they support USB 3.0 speeds, i.e. 5Gbps. This will be an important update that will make a huge difference from a user perspective. Remember that current Lightning connectors run at USB 2.0, so to speak, at 480Mbps.
According to the same information provided by the iDropNews website, Apple plans to make this update to increase its revenue from other manufacturers that produce cables, adapters and other accessories. This may also be the main reason why Apple has not adopted the coveted USB Type-C standard in its high-end smartphone.
iPhone 16 could provide wireless transmissions ‘at the speed of light’
According to information from the iDropNews website, Apple has a vision, where it wants the future generation of iPhone to be port-free, but to provide ultra-fast transfers without the need for cables.
But the same source also confirms that Apple will not realize its vision in the next smartphone models. Perhaps the iPhone 16 or 17 can achieve this ambitious goal.
On the other hand, iDropNews was unable to confirm whether the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max models will also integrate the updated Lightning connectors to USB 3.0 speed, or whether these specifications are only for Pro models, similar to what is supposed with the new Bionic processor. for the brand.
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