The Apple iPhone 14 series is expected to debut in September 2022. The 6.1-inch iPhone 14 will be joined by the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 Pro, a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Max, and a 6.7-inch iPhone 14 Pro Max. According to the latest reports provided by iDrop News tell that iPhone 14 Pro might finally come with a USB-C port.
Will iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max feature a USB-C port?
Since 2021, Apple has offered the Lightning port, which supports USB 2.0 connections. Looks like Apple finally decided to include a USB-C port on their future iPhone series. As you may all know, the ProRes feature requires a lot of storage space on the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max models, that is why faster transfer speeds are essential for these devices.
For example, transferring a 4K unedited 800GB video file from an iPhone 13 Pro/Pro Max to a PC might take approximately 4 hours. If you want to export the same file from an iPad Pro 2021 with USB-C, it will take only about 3 and a half minutes.
The EU and the Biden-Harris administration want all future devices, including iPhones, to include a USB-C connection, according to the report. Companies that do not comply with the new ruling may be fined.
USB-C iPhone sold for $86,001
To protect the environment, Apple has stopped delivering charging adapters with iPhones and told that customers already own chargers from prior or alternative devices. The aim is to reduce carbon emissions. If Apple adds a USB-C port to future iPhone models, people will be able to use their existing chargers and help to protect the environment.