Apple confirms the iPhone is getting USB-C, but isn’t happy about the reason why


Apple has given its most direct confirmation yet that a USB-C-equipped iPhone will happen, now that the European
Union is mandating that all phones sold in its member countries use the connector if they have a physical
charger. When asked by The Wall Street Journal’s Joanna Stern if the company would replace Lightning, Apple’s
senior vp of worldwide marketing, Greg Joswiak, answered by saying: “Obviously, we’ll have to comply; we have no

Stern brought the law up during a talk with Joswiak and software VP Craig Federighi at the WSJ’s Tech Live
conference and followed up by asking when we can expect to…

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