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Posted Oct 4, 2022:Comments
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The EU’s new USB-C rule takes one step closer to becoming a reality.

The European Parliament has given its approval to the bloc’s new USB-C legislation, which intends to mandate the use of the universal charging port on all new smartphones, as well as other devices like tablets and headphones. Laptops are expected to be covered later, in early 2026.

Next up, the European Council will need to give its seal of approval to the legislation, which is expected to come into force in late 2024. That’s around the same time Apple is expected to release the iPhone 16 lineup.


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