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It Sure Looks Like The iPhone 15 Will Have A USB-C Port

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An iPhone with a USB-C port has long been nothing but a pipe dream, but thanks to a new report from a reliable Apple leaker, it looks like next year's iPhone 15 could finally make the fabled switch.

On its own, Apple's Lightning port is fine. It's small, reversible, and much easier to use than the old 30-pin connector. But Lightning doesn't exist on its own.

Most gadgets from other manufacturers — and even many Apple devices — now charge with USB-C. And they've done so for a few years now.

If you have a Galaxy S22, iPad Pro, and a Dell XPS 13 laptop, all of them can be charged with the exact same USB-C cable. Combined with the much faster charging speeds supported by USB-C, it's easy to why so people have been nagging Apple to ditch its aging Lightning port on the iPhone and add a USB-C one.

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