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Apple to improve iPhone 15 charging cable

Apple USB-C cable

Apple has been gearing up for changes to the charging experience with the iPhone 15 lineup. Recent leaks suggest multiple upgrades to the standard Lightning cable that currently ships with the iPhone. All but confirmed is Apple's shift to adopting the USB-C standard, foregoing the proprietary Lighting port in use since 2012.

Report points to significant Apple Watch X redesign

Apple Watch Ultra

In anticipation of its upcoming 10th anniversary, the Apple Watch is poised for a significant transformation. According to insights shared by Mark Gurman in his latest Apple-focused Power On newsletter, the new Apple Watch X is projected to make its debut sometime between 2024 and 2025. This launch would mark a pivotal milestone for the wearable, which first entered the scene back in April 2015.

Apple may reveal iPhone 15 on September 13

Apple Park

According to sources familiar with Apple's plans, the company may hold its much-anticipated event to unveil the iPhone 15 on Wednesday, September 13th. Rumor has it that mobile carriers have been instructing their employees not to take any days off on that particular date due to an imminent major smartphone announcement. While this doesn't guarantee that the announcement is Apple-related, it aligns with the company's tradition of holding iPhone events in September.

Will the iPhone 15 be delayed this fall?

iPhone 14 Pro

Concerns are surfacing that the highly anticipated iPhone 15 lineup could face a delay in its launch this fall, potentially pushing the release to October instead of the usual September timeframe. The claim originates from a research note by Wamsi Mohan, an Apple stock analyst renowned for his financial predictions. Although he has successfully forecasted Apple's monetary conditions in the past, his record on predicting future plans for the tech giant has been less reliable.

iPhone 15 Pro gets USB-C port and titanium

iPhone 15 Pro USB-C

Faster data transfer speeds and universal cable compatibility are just two things on the horizon for the next generation iPhone coming later this year. Apple is all but confirmed to bring USB-C to the iPhone 15 Pro lineup this fall. For the first time since its introduction in 2012, the proprietary Lightning connector is to be phased out. At least part of the reason for a switch away from Lightning are new EU regulations mandating that all electronic devices support USB-C for universal compatibility. The move also reduces the number of cables, chargers, and adapters needed by consumers.

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