iPhone 14 Pro May Come with Type-C Port Charger

Before coming to the market, the features of the iPhone 14 have been revealed. 14 will be available soon? Such speculation is going on all around. Ever since Apple introduced the iPhone to the market, they have been using their own ports for charging and data transfer. However, the iPhone 14 may eventually use a Type-C port charger. Although the matter has not yet been confirmed by Apple. The Indian media Indian Express reported this news in a report.
According to a report by Apple Tracker iDrop, the company offers a lightning port for charging the iPhone 13 series. This time Apple is planning to give a Type-C charging port instead of a Lightning port in the iPhone 14 series. iPhone 14 model phones can be charged with the Android phone charger! Even the iPhone 14 Pro model will have a Type-C port. With which charging and data transfer can be done. iDrop News notes that while the current Lightning port (USB 2.0) takes over 3 hours to transfer a 720GB ProRES file, USB Type-C (USB 4.0) is expected to take just over 2 minutes. This is certainly a time-saver for professionals and this inclusion will prove to be crucial. However, Apple is increasing the fast charging capability of the new iPhone by up to 25 watts. Because Xiaomi, OnePlus, Oppo and others have come a long way in this fast charging technology. According to iDrop's report on the charging port of the iPhone 14 Pro, a number of sources familiar with the matter have come to know about this Type-C charging information. However, they are reluctant to reveal their names. Last year, Apple also introduced a USB Type-C port on its iPad. In addition, this year's iPad model iPad Mini 6 and M1 powered iPad Pro models have a USB Type-C charging port and decent charging support. A few months ago, the European Union said that all mobile companies should build Type-C port chargers to reduce global e-waste pollution. However, Apple opposed it. Their comment was that this will reduce the innovative competition in the world of technology.

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