The iPhone 15 will have many new features besides the inclusion of USB-C, leaving behind the Lightning port, it will have a periscope camera for more digital zoom, much thinner edges, new materials.

Apple will switch to USB-C due to European legislation that requires manufacturers to use a standard connector on mobile devices. Also, since it’s a small port, you can plug in the cable from either side, so the Lightning connector doesn’t make much sense anymore.

But in addition, its data transfer speed is much faster than the Lightning port, which is equivalent to the speed of USB 2.0. With USB-C iPhone 15 will be able to achieve much faster file transfer speedswhich will be especially useful for professionals who want to transfer video clips – for example, in ProRes format – from their smartphone to a computer.

But there was a leak ChargerLABwhich obtained fresh images of the USB-C port component made for the iPhone 15 shows that will have Thunderbolt technology. This was developed by Intel and Apple to transfer data at even higher speeds.

The current generation of Thunderbolt works over USB-C and is present in several Apple devices, including several Mac models such as the Mac Pro, Mac Studio, or MacBook Pro and iPad Pro.

In accordance with Chargerthe photos of the components show the mysterious production chip retimer. This is commonly used to restore signals and reduce transmission noise on Thunderbolt-enabled devices.

While any USB-C device supports transfer rates between 5 and 10 Gbps, a Thunderbolt-enabled device can reach speeds of 40Gbps. This would give obvious and very big benefits to professional users who use their iPhone as a work tool.

Not only faster transfer, but also faster charging on iPhone 15 with USB-C.

Enabling Thunderbolt technology in a USB-C port on iPhone 15 Not only will this provide faster transfer speeds, it could also cause the iPhone 15 to charge – at least with a cable – faster than previous models.

But the presence of a retimer chupa does not guarantee that this will happen. There is also a strong possibility that the iPhone 15 with USB-C and Thunderbolt support limited to Pro and Pro Max versionsas a differentiating element due to higher price and benefits.

All the details about the iPhone 15 will be known on September 12 or 13, when the traditional Apple launch event will take place at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park.

Source: Hiper Textual

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