Is Apple finally getting rid of USB 2.0 in the iPhone?

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And with Thunderbolt 4 support

iPhone 15 smartphones will be the first in the line to receive a USB-C connector, but there are rumors that it will comply with USB 2.0 specifications, so the data transfer rate will be slow. However, at least for Pro models, the situation may be different. Photos of the Thunderbolt cable have appeared on the Web, which Apple seems to be going to release for older new products.

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The cable supports USB4 Gen2 and Thunderbolt, is capable of transmitting up to 150W of power, and thanks to it the new iPhones will be able to transfer data at speeds up to 20Gbps.

Is Apple finally getting rid of USB 2.0 in the iPhone?

You can see that the cable is quite thick, and its length is reportedly up to 70 cm. Support for USB4 and Thunderbolt will allow Apple, if desired, to endow new iPhones with various features not available in previous generations of smartphones.

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Insider Majin Bu, who shared the information, previously revealed the exact details of the iPad mini, iPhone 12 colors and so on.

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