Protocol 24 – The iPhone 14 will probably be upgraded from the previous series. This increase is next to a connector that probably supports USB 3.0.
In the previous series, the iPhone only completed the connector with USB 2.0 support, where the maximum data transfer speed was only 480 Mbps.
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With USB 3.0 support, data transfer via Lightning cable can reach up to 5 Gbps. If this possibility is true, it will surely break the expectations of iPhone users who want to replace the iPhone connector with USB Type C.
USB Type C connectors are commonly found on modern Android phones.
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At the moment, it seems that Apple has no plans to replace its connector with USB Type C. This is because Apple benefits from licensing for parties in the production of Lightning cables.
This is the reason why, according to technology observers, makes Apple reluctant to change USB Type-C.
According to Gadgets360.com, the series that will change are the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max series.
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We’re waiting to see if Apple launches the USB 3.0 connector at launch. ***