Apple SVP confirmed that iPhones will have USB-C charging to comply with EU regulations
When the European Parliament agreed to make USB-C the region’s universal charging standard, it was very clear which firm would be the most impacted by the requirement. Of course, Apple. While Apple already offers USB-C iPad versions, its iPhones still need a lightning connection. In an interview at the Wall Street Journal’s Tech Live event, Apple’s SVP of global marketing Greg Joswiak stated that the tech giant would switch to USB-C ports to comply with EU regulations.