iPhone 15: First look at Apple’s new USB Type-C cable for iPhone 15

By now, we are pretty much certain that the next generation Apple iPhone’s will come with a USB type-C port for charging. Now, we have also gotten our first look as to how the new iPhone charging cable will look.

According to images on the internet, Apple will bring braided USB-C to USB-C cables for charging the iPhone 15 series. This is something we have already seen on the iPad, where the company ships its tablets with braided USB-C to USB-C cables. 

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Apple iPhone 15

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With the new iPhones, however, Apple is going an extra step to keep things aesthetic. According to a report in Gizmochina, the Cupertino-based giant will bring the braided USB-C cable in various colours to match different iPhone models. According to multiple reports, Apple will also bring Thunderbolt functionality with the new type-C iPhones, enabling users to enjoy faster data transfer speeds of up to 40Gbps. However, only the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are expected to get Thunderbolt support. Furthermore, the iPhone 15 series will also get power delivery (PD) charging which will enable faster and safer charging for the iPhones. 

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More recently, it was also reported that apart from bringing type-C to the new iPhone 15 series, Apple may refresh the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus with new type-C variants, in order to make the lineup more unified. Apple usually discountinues its older ‘Pro’ models when the new iPhone launches, with the vanilla iPhones staying in the lineup. This year, the company may refresh the vanilla models from 2022 with the new type-C port. 

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The iPhone 15 series is also said to be the first series of iPhones that will be assembled in India before the launch. Usually, the local assembly of iPhones starts after the official launch, but this time around, we will reportedly see locally assembled iPhones from day 1. According to reports, the local assembly of the Apple iPhone is being handled by the Tata Group since the company took over the Wistron factory earlier this year.

Fuente: Digit

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