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The market is awaiting the launch of the latest iPhone devices, which will feature for the first time a USB Type-C charger port, which Apple is expected to announce on September 12.

The company’s phones currently use its own Lightning adapter, unlike competing companies such as Samsung.

European Union law requires phone manufacturers to adopt a unified charging link by December 2024, with the aim of saving consumers money and reducing waste.

Most new Apple products, including the latest iPads, use a Type-C charger, but the company opposed the European Union requirement.