The One Big Change Likely Coming To Apple’s Next New iPhone

While it’s too early to know for sure, the chances are good that Apple will opt to switch its iPhone charging port to USB c, thanks to a lawsuit from the EU. 

By Trista Sobeck | Published


When the newest iPhone comes out–the iPhone 15–will it have the USB c or the lightning connector? Experts are wondering and sharing their opinions about what is to come. While it’s too early to know for sure, the chances are good that Apple will opt for USB c, thanks to a lawsuit from the EU. 

According to CNET, the move would be a big change from current iPhones, which use the lightning connector. It would also bring iPhone devices in line with other Android smartphones, which have been using USB c for several years now.

This isn’t the first time Apple has faced legal action due to its products. In 2019, they were sued for sending out defective iPhones and iPads that did not meet customer expectations. Apple settled with customers who had purchased those devices, offering refunds or replacements.

It will be interesting to see how this EU lawsuit affects the iPhone 15 and whether Apple will bend to the pressure or continue to use its lightning connector. Whatever they decide, it’s clear that Apple is not immune to legal action and must remain vigilant in its product design and manufacturing.

Only time will tell if this lawsuit results in a change for the iPhone 15, but one thing is certain—Apple can no longer ignore the power of the EU and its regulations.

It will be interesting to see how this plays out in the coming months and years. Apple has always been known for its innovation and customer-centric designs, but with Europe pushing for change it may be a challenge for them to remain on top

The future of tech could depend on Apple’s ability to adapt. With the iPhone 15 already set for a release this Fall, it’ll be interesting to see if Apple makes any changes or stands firm in its decision. No matter what happens, one thing is clear—Apple must remain aware of the power of EU regulations and act accordingly. Only then will they be able to ensure their products remain on the cutting edge. 

It appears that Apple is at a crossroads when it comes to its products and services. On one hand, they must abide by EU regulations in order to keep up with the ever-changing technology industry. On the other hand, they must also maintain their competitive advantage in order to remain relevant. 

The key for Apple will be to focus on innovation and customer satisfaction. By keeping up with the latest trends and developing new products that offer unique experiences, Apple can ensure that they continue to provide the best services and products to their consumers. Furthermore, Apple should prioritize customer service in order to ensure that customers feel valued and get the support they need when they need it. 

Apple is known for being the nonformformist, the rebel, and the innovator. If they are forced to “go backwards”, it may send a signal that the company is not quite the trendsetter we thought is was. And, can the brand handle being seen as one that is so callous? When users have to purchase new cord after new cord, they end up spending more money than they ever thought they would. Apple is alienating its fanbase. 

Will they overcome?