Users of the iPhone 15 may encounter 20W charging when utilizing the provided charging cable, according to a tip.
The iPhone 15 series is rumored to go on sale at an Apple launch event early next month. The iPhone 15 series will have Thunderbolt connectivity instead of the rumored USB Type-C port, according to a new report. As opposed to a USB 4 or Thunderbolt compatible connector, a tipster now claims that the cable that comes with the iPhone 15 will only allow USB 2.0 connectivity. This means that it will support slower charging and transfer speeds.
The cable that comes with the iPhone will reportedly allow 20V at 3A charging and USB 2.0 connectivity. According to information that has emerged about the cable, the bundled adapter will support data transfers at speeds of up to 480Mbps.
Recently, information about the rumored iPhone 15 cables was released by the same X user. These cords were 1.5 meters long, had a braided style, and were colored to match the iPhone in the box. Take these assertions with a grain of salt, though, as the tipper said that they were unable to confirm the origin of the photographs.
The existence of a Retimer chip, which is often seen on high-speed data transmission devices that support Thunderbolt and USB 4 for high-speed transfers, hints that the forthcoming phones may provide data transmission speeds of up to 40Gbps.
The iPhone 14 Pro presently supports 27W charging, which is the quickest charging speed available for an iPhone to date. Users may remember this. The iPhone series of devices, which are anticipated to go on sale in September, could be powered by either the 30W MacBook Air adapter or the 35W adapter with dual USB ports, according to the Cupertino business.
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