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The EU makes a move! Apple cannot encrypt the iPhone 15 USB-C interface to limit charging speed

via:快科技     time:2023/3/13 22:01:30     readed:76

One of the most dramatic changes in the iPhone 15 series this fall is the replacement of the USB-C interface.

However, it was revealed that Foxconn's mass-produced USB-C interface products for Apple continue to maintain encryption, that is, the need for MFI (Made for iPhone) authentication. Without MFI certification, the speed of data transmission and charging will be limited.

Of course, there may be a change for the better.

Of course, there may be a change for the better.

The EU stressed that harmonizing quick charging standards would help prevent different manufacturers from unreasonably limiting the charging speed and ensure that the charging speed is the same when using any compatible charger. & nbsp

Obviously, the principle in the EU-designated regulations is to reduce users' repeated purchase of charging heads, charging wires, and reduce e-waste. If Apple pushes MFI USB-C certification, it will certainly go against the original intention of the European Union and strictly point out that it is illegal in the European market.

However, there is a small loophole is data transmission, that is, Apple does not limit charging power, but when it comes to data transmission, users with rigid requirements still have to MFI.

欧盟约法三章:苹果无法对iPhone 15 USB-C加密来限制充电速度

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