According to reports, Apple is testing iPhones with USB-C ports instead of lightning ports.

Apple is preparing an iPhone that replaces the Lightning port with USB-C, according to a recent Bloomberg report . The EU introduced a plan in September that would require many computers, including smartphones, to have USB-C ports .

Washington, United States, May 14 : Apple is preparing an iPhone that replaces the Lightning port with USB-C, according to a recent Bloomberg report by Apple whisperer Mark Gurman.Nonetheless, it isn't exactly feasible to expect to see this feature in this years iPhone range.Gurman believes that the change-over will not occur until 2023, but that it will be a big one.Apple has already converted the iPad Pro, iPad Air, and iPad Mini to USB-C.

Gurman claims that this statute was the primary reason why Apple decided to consider the change.There are also technical benefits to switching to USB-C, which has higher transfer speeds than Lightning, according to a study published this week by trusted Apple analyst Ming Chi Kuo.Apple will switch to USB-C in the second half of 2023, when the iPhone 5 will be introduced, and Gurman claims that Apple has been working on a portless iPhone for the past few years.However, the report does not say that a portless iPhone will be available anytime soon.