According to news from Fast Technology on August 8th, there is no doubt that USB-C will be used in the iPhone 15 series to be released this year.
Now, the design drawings of the iPhone 15 series have been exposed on the Internet, and the most obvious change in the diagram is to use the USB-C port at the bottom instead of the long-used Lightning port.
The overall size of the iPhone 15 Pro looks slightly larger than that of the iPhone 14 Pro, with leaked information showing a thickness of 8.2mm, compared with 7.9mm for the current model.
Other details in the diagram include that the camera array is slightly wider than the iPhone 14 Pro, but lower in height, 38 x 37.5mm. We are familiar with wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle and telephoto camera lenses.
It is worth mentioning that other whistleblowers shared the parts drawings of the new iPhone, which show the USB-C connector ports connected to the flexible PCB assembly assembly, which will be used for standard iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus and iPhone 15 Pro Max.
The iPhone 15 Pro model with USB-C ports is expected to support higher speed data transmission, while the standard iPhone 15 model will continue to use USB 2.0 speed (the same as the Lightning), which gives the Pro model an advantage.
But don't be happy too soon, according to the news, the iPhone 15 model will only support USB-C accessories certified by Apple's Made for iPhone (MFi) program. If you are not certified, then the charging speed and data transmission speed will be suppressed, even if this may be illegal, but in front of the interests, do you think Apple will change?
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