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2020’s iPhones Will Continue To Use The Lightning Port

According to a recent rumor, it was suggested that Apple could launch a altogether portless iPhone in the future. However, it seems that the launch of such a invention will simply are now in 2021 because in a tweet by leakster @choco_bit, the tweet claims that Apple is expected to continue to stick with the Lightning port for 2020 ’s iPhones.

The tweet too goes on to claim that Apple will be using a smart-alecky connector for 2021 ’s iPhones. This is interesting as the smart-alecky connector is a feature that Apple first introduced to its iPad Pro lineup a few years ago. It was not meant to charge machines, but instead it was used to connect supplements like the Smart and Magic Keyboard.

By going wholly portless, it would appear that Apple seems to be putting a lot of faith into wireless charging, which has improved over the years, but it still requires a charging mat. While this might be more convenient than plugging in a maneuver, there are of course disadvantages to it, where if you take your telephone off the matted to check on it, it stops charging.

Shame the USB-c prototype iPhone 12 ‘s arent acquire it to make. 1 more time of lightning

Oh well, at least smart connector on 13 series

— Fudge (@ choco_bit) May 25, 2020

Plus, wireless blaming hurryings still aren’t quite as fast compared to wired charging, especially with all the fast-charging answers out there today. In any case, it’s probably best to make this with a grain of salt for now, but if you were hoping for a perfectly portless iPhone, you might have to wait until 2021 at the earliest.

2020’s iPhones Will Continue To Use The Lightning Port

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