сб. мар. 25th, 2023

Following the appearance of the first renders of the design of the iPhone 15The first image of the design of the future iPhone 15 has been leaked. In this image, the port can be seen for the first time. USB-C, and how it will look using titanium as the material for the exterior of the device. The leak comes from Unknownz21 who has a good reputation for previewing future Apple products.

Until now, iPhones use Apple’s proprietary Lightning port. But in recent years the company has come under increasing pressure to adopt the standard port. USB-C. The image corresponds to a possible iPhone 15 Prowhich will have a new design with brushed titanium.

The leak is in line with recent rumors that claimed that Apple would make this year the transition from stainless steel to titanium for the iPhone 15 Pro to be launched during 2023. Most likely during the traditional September event.

If the image is real, the iPhone 15 Pro will adopt a matte design similar to the Apple Watch Ultra, released in 2022. The use of titanium as the material for the exterior of the smartphone allows it to have less weight and greater durability.

It should be emphasized that, although the leak corresponds to the Pro version, all iPhone 15, which will be released this year, will adopt USB-C ports. But the design changes and the use of titanium would be limited to the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

The long road to the USB-C port on the iPhone 15.

Apple has been planning the transition to the USB-C port on its most popular product for years. The original adoption of the Lightning port was more out of necessity than anything else. The company was looking for a way to simplify charging and connecting the phone with a cable that has a small connector and works no matter which way you plugged it in. In the absence of a standard alternative, the company developed its own connection.

But over the years the USB-C port has not only become more popular, it offers those two key advantages of the Lightning port. It’s small and it works no matter which way you plug it into the port. In addition, Apple is coming under increasing pressure from governments looking to regulate and standardize the way we charge and connect portable devices such as smartphones.

Rumors circulating last year already pointed to the transition from Lightning to USB-C happening during 2023 with the iPhone 15. This image would be the first confirmation that Apple is going ahead with these plans and the change will be announced this year.

Apple has been adopting the USB-C port on most devices over the past few years. First in its Mac line of devices, but in recent years also in some of the iPad models. Also, most charging cables, even if they are Lightning on one side, or the Apple Watch wireless charger on the other side, are in fact USB-C.

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