Many believed Apple would introduce USB-C with the release of the iPhone 14, but that didn't happen. So why is Apple taking so long to do it? Well, their official response is "
For user convenience
Apple said that iPhone customers have been using lightning cables, and if they switch to USB-C, then lighting cables will be useless and E-Waste will also increase.
Four years ago, iPad ditched the lighting port, so why iPhone's are taking time? I think the answer is Money.
LET ME EXPLAIN WHY?
When third-party company use
in their Lighting Cable, they have to pay a
to use Apple. So, removing lighting port means losing a
million dollar buisness.
Apple confirms that
iPhone 15 will have USB-C
in Europe because of new EU Law. But what about other country models? I think only European models will have USB-C, that is
just my assumption