Apple says iPhone will finally get USB-C port

Final, Apple says the iPhone will have a USB-C port. Earlier this month, the European Union through the law that requires all phones and tablets sold in the European Union to use USB-C charging ports by 2024. It’s a move that has huge implications for a company like Apple, which The company sells iPhones with the same physical design in every region of the world. And all of those iPhones now use Apple’s proprietary Lightning connector to charge and connect accessories.

This week, Apple finally admitted that it will bring the USB-C port to the iPhone. Apple’s Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Greg Joswiak confirmed The Wall Street Journal reporter Joanna Stern that the USB-C port is coming.

“Governments have to do what they are going to do,” Joswiak said at this week’s WSJ Tech Live conference. “Obviously we will have to comply. We have no other choice.”

Obviously, Apple is not really happy about this ruling. This is a change the company has resisted for years. Apple’s overarching business ethos is to control every bit of its product line. That’s why the company switched from Intel chips to its own chips exclusive silicone and quadrupled above streaming service. The goal is to keep customers under the Apple dome anytime. Having a proprietary charger on the iPhone is just another part of that strategy. That means iPhone users will have to buy those charging cords directly from Apple, rather than taking that money off to any of its other manufacturers. USB-C cord.

Of course, Apple is not likely to suffer financially from the death of the Lightning cable. It will likely support all USB-C next year, possibly even happily marketing the new docking station as a way to reduce excess e-waste at the next flashy iPhone announcement event. follow. The forced change, however, shows how the company wants to stick to its darlings, or at least modify its products to its own schedule rather than someone else’s.

There’s no word yet on the fate of the Lightning ports on the Apple Pencil, Magic Trackpad, and other Apple accessories that currently depend on the connector.

Here’s some other gadget news you might have missed this week as everyone discussed it. Elon Musk would throw Twitter into a volcano.

Apple subscription is more expensive

Following last week’s announcement that YouTube Premium is for families price increaseApple has price increase of its own streaming services. Apple Music is increasing a dollar to $11 per month. Apple Music family plans are increased by $2 to $17. Apple TV Plus will also increase by $2 and will be $7 per month. Apple One will be from $15 to $17.

A lot of streaming services are looking to get more subscribers. Netflix also recently said they will start charge more for those who share an account between multiple users. Sound Next SpotifySpotify CEO Daniel Ek says the company may soon raise the monthly price of its music streaming plan.

Press F to pay for nothing

Another year, another year Call of Duty game. The latest entry in the absurdly popular series of military murders came out this week and by all accounts it is so many Call of Duty game.

But, hey, you know what Call of Duty game? Whatever is on the plate inside the container. Players who purchased the physical version of Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare II discovered that disk is almost empty. There is a 72 megabyte authenticator that sends links to servers where you can download all 150 gigabytes of game files. That’s all that’s on the disc — no game files, just a key to access them. It essentially makes the physical copy of the game identical to the digital version, albeit encased in a pointless plastic box.


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