For more than a decade, the European Commission has promoted a unique charging method for mobile devices. It is known that this promotion will encourage technology vendors to voluntarily adopt a single charging standard. However, in the future, a method may be considered.

Recently, several members of the European Parliament called on the European Commission to take legal action, to force every smartphone manufacturer to use a single charging method for mobile devices.

In a statement after the debate, Commissioner Maros Sefcovic said that the committee is currently planning to consider and approach the legislative to address this issue.

It is expected that the European Commission will have a plan to vote on this issue at the next meeting. If this requirement is true, Apple must remove the lightning port on the iPhone device, but instead is USB-C.

Reportedly, lightning port first appeared on the iPhone 5 generation, this connector was created to replace the 30-pin port on the iPhone 4s.

Previously, there was some information that Apple will remove lightning port on the new iPhone 11 Pro generation, but this has not come true.


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