Apple forced to make a major change that will affect millions of iPhone users


An Australian tech expert believes Apple will stop selling iPhones fitted with the ‘Lightning’ charger Down Under after the European Union mandated a universal connector to reduce electronic waste and make consumers’ lives easier.

The EU’s rule, announced in Strasbourg on Tuesday, means Apple will have to change the charging port on its devices in all 27 EU countries by 2024.

Apple will have to start fitting its iPhones and other devices with a USB-C charger, already used for Android devices,…



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