Originally aired on September 12, 2023
Apple has announced the discontinuation of its lightning cord iPhone charger, and instead introduced the use of USBC. This move comes as part of Apple’s event on September 12th, where they also unveiled the Apple Watch Ultra 2, their first carbon neutral product, and the highly anticipated iPhone 15. While the iPhone 15 offers various features such as Dynamic Island, a two times telephoto option, and the action button, the most significant update is the replacement of the lightning port with a USBC charging port. This transition was influenced by the European Union’s requirement for smartphones to be compatible with USBC, aiming to reduce electronic waste. Many Apple users are excited about the convenience of the new cable.
What products were announced at Apple’s event on September 12th?
- Apple Watch Ultra 2
- Apple’s first carbon neutral product
- iPhone 15
Why is the introduction of a USBC charging port a big deal for iPhone 15?
- USBC is a universal cable used by many companies to charge a variety of devices
- The change was driven by the European Union’s regulations to reduce electronic waste
- Provides convenience for Apple users and eliminates the need for multiple cables