In real ego war worthy of the tensions between Capulet and Montaigu, the rivalry between pro-Apple and pro-Android could soon end … at least as far as the charging cables are concerned . Often criticized for having the unfortunate tendency to operate in a closed circuit, Apple could soon give way to common sense, by finally offering USB-C terminals on its next iPhone, which unveiled a first rendering a few days ago. . Indeed, according to the blog Mac Otakara , the US giant may well be forced to yield to pressure from the European Commission, eager to see the brand abandon its traditional lightning cable, exclusive to its products.
If Apple has already yielded to the call of USB-C on its latest iPad Pro and Mac Book , the arrival of a generic cable on its next iPhone could mark the end of an era. Be careful, however, because if the transition to USB-C seems obvious for the future of the brand, things will not materialize until 2020 . Indeed, the iPhone X, XR or XS, released a few months ago are still equipped with the sacrosanct lightning cable, and the iPhone 2019 also promises to take the same path. And as good news never comes alone, we also learned that Apple was planning to revive the fashion of the iPod .