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- The EU has reached an agreement to make USB-C mandatory for all phones starting 2024, including Apple’s iPhones.
- Buyers will get to choose whether they want to buy new phones with or without a charger.
- The new EU rules would not apply to products placed on the market before the date of the agreement.
European lawmakers reached an agreement today mandating all phones, tablets, and cameras sold in the region to have a common USB-C charging port. The new law will also apply to Apple’s iPhones that currently use a Lightning port for charging.