The transition to the USB-C port instead of Lightning is said to be one of the main changes in the new iPhone 15 line. This information has long been confirmed by many insiders, and now photos of the connector have appeared on the web.

In the images, you can see the USB-C port and part of the circuit board that will be built into the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

It is reported that the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will be equipped with USB 2.0, so the data transfer speed for users will remain the same as in the Lightning models – up to 480 Mbps. However, the Pro versions will be equipped with USB 3.2, which will provide the first significant increase in data transfer speeds in iPhones since 2012.

In addition, we already told you We told you that the iPhone 15 line will only work with MFI-certified USB-C accessories. This means that only USB-C cables with the appropriate mark will support fast charging and increased data transfer speeds.