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Apple has just launched the new iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Pro lineups, and with it are finally taking a step into this decade by doing away with their proprietary lightning port in lieu of the almost universally used USB-C port. The port that was first used on a smartphone in 2015 makes its way to iPhone and AirPods in 2023. If you’ve been a longtime user of Apple devices then you may already own some USB-C cables from your iPad or MacBook, but if that’s not the case then don’t assume you have to throw out your old lightning cables and replace them all with USB-C.

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