One of the measures has already been announced by the European Union and the other is being developed. Both make you rethink manufacturing smart phones in a short time.
Smartphone manufacturers – that’s it, smart phones – You will have to rethink models in the near future.
The European Union has announced one measure and is working on another, which should change the format, or at least some of the characteristics, of many models smart phonesin a short time.
About two months ago, the Brussels Directive was approved, which obliges all electronic devices to use the interface USB-C🇧🇷
All companies must join, incl apples – Its devices, in many cases, use the Lightning interface to charge them.
Earlier this month it was announce Deadline for applying this update: End of 2024🇧🇷
More specifically, the law takes effect next Tuesday, December 27, and all companies have two years until USB-C is the standard interface.
Next Iphone (at least in Europe) should already include this novelty, the portal admits software🇧🇷 But there is also the possibility of a wireless charging system appearing.
The iPad is not a problem for Apple, as it has already adopted USB-C as its interface for charging and connectivity.
The second change was announced on Tuesday: a temporary agreement that requires all mobile devices to have replaceable batteries.
Yes, no Removable batteries Back to Europe, it seems.
An agreement was also reached in Brussels, between the European Parliament and the European Council, the portal indicates GSMArena🇧🇷
A measure of any device that has a battery, of course, but it should mainly affect a scientist smart phones (In addition to computers, bicycles, scooters…).
If the agreement is signed on paper, then manufacturers will have three and a half years to change models, so everyone can easily replace the battery.
There is a part that has to be an extra challenge: smart phones With foldable screens – Here the batteries are divided into two units🇧🇷
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