According to Mark Gurman, all AirPods models and Mac accessories in Apple's Bluetooth headphone line will transition to USB-C by 2024.
Apple's move was prompted by a new European Union law requiring all mobile devices to use a USB-C charging port by 2024, and Apple executives have personally admitted that the first iPhone with USB-C will be the iPhone 15 series.
While the iPhone 15 will be fully USB-C, the only models that really support high-speed data transfer are the iPhone 15 Pro and the iPhone 15 Ultra, The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, on the other hand, maintain the same data transfer rates as the current Lightning port, which is USB 2.0.
Most of the new AirPods Bluetooth headphones come with built-in wireless charging. Changing the charging port to USB-C won't make much of a difference, since headphones aren't frequently purchased. It doesn't matter, it probably won't affect most people that much.
According to industry chain news, next year's iPhone 15 four models, Apple focus on upgrading is the Pro series, the processor will be upgraded from the current 4nm A16 to 3nm A17, memory will also be upgraded from 6GB LPDDR5 to 8GB LPDDR5, open the level of hardware.
The standard iPhone 15 is a regular upgrade, with a toothpaste processor and a 4nm processor. There is a high probability that this year's A16 will be used in the next year's iPhone 15 series. Besides, the 48MP lens will be lowered, and the fringe screen will be replaced with a perforated screen.
For this move, some netizens also said that since the whole product is to use USB-C interface, then the soft rib fast charge also want to come up, it is really too weak.