Why iPhones Don’t Use USB-C…
In the past five years, USB-C has become the go-to connector for a wide range of devices. It’s used on most android phones, notebooks, tablets, game consoles, headphones, and even accessories like mice, keyboards, and external storage drives.
But when it comes to Apple’s most popular product, the iPhone, USB-C has yet to be adopted. Instead, every model of iPhone still uses a Lightning connector that was introduced eight years ago with the iPhone 5.
This has led people to wonder why Apple hasn’t transitioned the iPhone to USB-C, especially for a company who has a reputation of being the first to adopt new standards.
So in this video, I’m going to explain why Apple hasn’t transitioned the iPhone to USB-C, and what that means for their users.