The Morning After: Apple may be testing USB-C iPhones

Engadget 

Oh my, it might actually be happening. I've wanted this for a while, and Apple's excuses for sticking with its Lightning connector get weaker each year. Now a report from Bloomberg says the company is testing new iPhones and adapters with USB-C -- what MacBooks and iPads already use. An adapter currently in testing could "let future iPhones work with accessories designed for the current Lightning connector" -- you may recall the in-box adapters that appeared when Apple nixed the headphone port from its smartphones. The EU has been pushing for a universal phone charging standard for years and recently proposed legislation that would make USB-C the de-facto charging port for all phones.

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