2019 iPhones to come with USB-Type C

Apple iPhone ranks among the best smartphones you can buy right now. It’s been more than 10 years since the original iPhone was released. Apple’s mighty iPhones have changed so much since then to take on Google Android on the market.

Apple and Samsung share the leading positions in the smartphone industry. Samsung now crowns the market, with hundreds of millions of units sold every year. Apple comes in second as its iPhone models have seen a steady growth in sales since the launch day.

Last year, Apple announced three iPhone models including iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X to celebrate the 10th birthday of its iPhone. Apple iPhone has gone a long way to become an integral part of people’s lives.

Apple iPhone X marks the biggest design change ever made on an iPhone model. Specifically, the phone comes with a new glass-back design, a curved OLED display panel, and much-improved dual-camera setup. iPhone X quickly became the best-selling phone in the first three months of the year. Apple shipped more than 16 million iPhone X units in Q1/2018, beating out other rivals on the market.

Apple is expected to launch new iPhone models in September this year. Rumors say that all iPhone models this year will feature USB-Type C. However, tech experts say that the iPhone X Plus will come with USB Type-C only, while two standard devices will stick with the lighting port, just like the current iPhone models.

In reality, USB-Type C is not something new out there as Apple is using it on its MacBook lineup. According to the latest reports, Apple will adopt USB-Type C on all 2019 iPhone models. This adds up to previous rumors that Apple will switch to a new connector in 2019.

In reality, Apple was previously rumored to include USB-Type C on its iPhone X. However, it was nowhere to be found at launch.

USB Type-C allows for faster file transfer and battery charging times. USB-Type C is now adopted by a wide range of Android devices on the market. It seems that Apple does not want to get left behind in the fight.

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