Apple has already stated that it will follow EU laws and use the USB Type C port on the iPhone. However, it is unclear when this will occur. Ming-Chi Kuo, an authority analyst, believes that the transition could occur as soon next year. However not all iPhone 15 versions will be equipped with a fast USB3.2 interface.
According to the analyst, the iPhone 15 Plus and the iPhone 15 Plus will come with a USB Type C connector that will enable data transfer speeds of up to 480 Mbps. This figure is comparable with the Lightning interface’s capabilities, which can be found in the iPhone right now. iPhone 15 Pro Max, iPhone 15 Pro Max, and iPhone 15 Pro Max are also equipped with Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.2. This will allow data transfer speeds up 40 Gbps.
Apple is very likely to release different interfaces for the iPhone 15. The manufacturer isn’t the only one to complete the Pro-models, which feature more productive and modern hardware solutions.
Kuo also noted that the iPhone 15 Pro Max and iPhone 15 Pro Max may be stripped of their physical volume and on/off buttons. The possibility exists that an older iPhone version will have a camera with 6x zoom.