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EU Votes to Makes All Phones Use USB-C Chargers by 2024

EU Votes to Makes All Phones , Use USB-C Chargers by 2024. 'The Guardian' reports that the European parliament has voted 602-13 in favor of requiring one type of charger to be standard for various devices. 'The Guardian' reports that the European parliament has voted 602-13 in favor of requiring one type of charger to be standard for various devices. Such devices include cellphones, tablets, cameras, earbuds and other technologies. . Such devices include cellphones, tablets, cameras, earbuds and other technologies. . Apple, which has its own type of charger, will likely be the most affected. Apple, which has its own type of charger, will likely be the most affected. In the past, the company has claimed that such a move would hamper innovation and lead to waste. . But according to Ben Wood, chief analyst at CCS Insight, the new ruling means Apple's new iPhone 15 will undoubtedly have a USB-C port. . This is a victory for common sense. Although Apple has a huge installed base of lightning cable-powered devices, the ubiquity of USB-C across all consumer electronics products means that harmonizing on USB-C makes perfect sense, Ben Wood, chief analyst at CCS Insight, via 'The Guardian'. Irrespective of whether the U.K. government mandates the move to USB-C or not, U.K. consumers will get the technology by default. It will make no sense for consumer electronics manufacturers to offer devices with anything else, Ben Wood, chief analyst at CCS Insight, via 'The Guardian'. According to the European Commission, the move to a single charger across an array of devices would save consumers about $250 million.
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