Apple confirms future iPhones will have USB-C, at least in some places

It was inevitable, really, but following EU legislation requiring USB-C to become the common charging standard, Apple has now confirmed that it will comply with the law and switch from Lightning to USB-C in future iPhones.

Greg Joswiak (Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing) said this in a Wall Street Journal video interview (opens in new tab)confirming that “obviously, we will have to comply”.

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