Apple is all but certain to unveil its iPhone 15 line in September, with a customary standard model expected to arrive alongside the iPhone 15 Pro and a brand new iPhone variant the iPhone 15 Ultra (which could stand in for an iPhone 15 Pro Max, this year).
The technological gap between each new device will reportedly be bigger than ever for instance, the iPhone 15 Ultra could get a periscope lens, while the standard iPhone 15 sticks with a camera setup akin to the iPhone 14 Pro but rumors also suggest that all three devices will, for the first time, be ditching Apples proprietary Lightning port in favor of USBC.
But what is USBC, and why does it matter for iPhones
And why might Apple be abandoning its own technology for a more commonplace one
In this article, we answer all of these questions and more.
- What is USBC
- Will the iPhone 15 get USBC
- Will USBC make iPhone 15 charging faster