Fast-charge USB-C charger Iphone 15 Pro Max

Fast-charge USB-C charger Iphone 15 Pro Max


Apple 240W USB-C Charge Cable (2m) Amazon Prime

Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter - Amazon Prime

The latest iPhone 15 line has arrived with a significant change: the Lightning port on all iPhones since 2012's iPhone 5 has been replaced with a USB-C port[2]. This change means that those of us with dwellings and travel bags full of Lightning cables must prepare for the transition[1]. However, the good news is that USB-C has been a preexisting standard on nearly all phones and computers, including many Apple products, for the past several years[2]. Here's what you need to know about the new USB-C port on the iPhone 15:


1. USB-C connector on iPhone 15

The USB-C connector on the iPhone 15 allows you to charge and connect to various devices, including Mac, iPad, AirPods Pro (2nd generation), and many other devices compliant with the USB-C standard[1]. The USB-C connector on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max supports USB 3 for data transfer when used with a USB-C cable that supports USB 3[1]. 


2. USB-C displays

iPhone 15 uses the DisplayPort protocol to support connections to USB-C shows at up to 4K resolution and 60Hz[1]. To connect your iPhone to high-resolution displays, use a USB-C cable that supports USB 3.1 or higher, such as the cable included with the show or the Thunderbolt 4 (USB‑C) Pro Cable (1 m), sold separately[1].


3. Common connections

If the device you're connecting to has a USB-C connector, use a USB-C cable with a USB-C connector on each end, like the cable that came with your iPhone 15[1]. You can use a compliant USB-C to USB-A cable if your car has a USB-A connector. To use your current Lightning accessories, you can use the USB-C to Lightning adapter, which supports power, data, and audio[1].


4. USB-C speed

The USB-C ports in the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus support USB 2, while the iPhone 15 Pro models support USB 3 at up to 10Gbps[2][3]. The lower-end iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus are limited to USB 2.0 data transfer speeds of up to 480 Mbps, equal to Lightning, while the iPhone 15 Pro models support USB 3 data transfer speeds of up to 10 Gbps[6].


5. Compatibility

All existing USB cables, chargers, and accessories will work generally with the iPhone 15 models, including those compliant with the USB-C standard[6]. Uncertified accessories will work fine with iPads and Macs with USB-C ports [6].


In conclusion, the new USB-C port on the iPhone 15 is a significant change from the Lightning port on all iPhones since 2012's iPhone 5. However, USB-C has been a preexisting standard on nearly all phones and computers for the past several years, including many Apple products. The USB-C connector on the iPhone 15 allows you to charge and connect to various devices compliant with the USB-C standard. When connecting to high-resolution displays, use a USB-C cable that supports USB 3.1 or higher. To use your current Lightning accessories, you can use the USB-C to Lightning adapter, which helps power, data, and audio. All existing USB cables, chargers, and accessories will work generally with the iPhone 15 models, including those compliant with the USB-C standard.

Apple 240W USB-C Charge Cable (2m) Amazon Prime

Apple 20W USB-C Power Adapter - Amazon Prime

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