Breaking iPhone 13 news – The new iPhone will still have ports, maybe iPhone 14 wont!

As we are just a couple of weeks until Apple unveils the iPhone 13, it’s only natural that people’s interest in this matter grows. Some have claimed that the next iPhone will not be portable “because Apple wants to sell more accessories.” However, it is only a matter of time before the iPhone 13 unveils. Here’s why.

Rumors of a portless iPhone are not new. And since Apple introduce its proprietary MagSafe charger with some handful of accessories with the iPhone 12, it would be natural for the company to follow this path in the future. You don’t need to worry about it for the moment.

According to reports, Apple could introduce an iPhone without a Lightning port in 2021. This would be the first-ever port-less iPhone, and most recently, Bloomberg reported it as something being tested internally at Apple. __S.8__

Apple is currently testing a portless design, but it is not expected to be made available to the public. Ming-Chi Kuo has reported that the iPhone 13 will continue to use a Lightning port on all models. The iPhone 13 will also not have USB-C support.

This is how the rumor began.

This is how the rumor began.Apple took the 3.5mm headset jack out of the iPhone 7’s launch in 2016. In the act of “courage,” users would have to use an adaptor or the EarPods with a Lightning connector. Conveniently, Apple also introduced the AirPods, which became an instant hit.

A few years later, the company decided that it needed to provide an adaptor for the older headphones and removed it from the box. Finally, with the iPhone 12 in 2020, to reduce e-waste and protect the environment, the company decided that its users had enough of EarPods and power bricks and removed both of them from the box.

At the same time, with Apple introducing its MagSafe accessories, it makes sense that you don’t need to connect a Lightning cable to your iPhone most of the time.

Here are the reasons why an iPhone without a port makes sense

Here are the reasons why an iPhone without a port makes senseApple’s iPhone 8 has Qi charging support. This means that you can simply place your iPhone in a compatible charger to charge it. MagSafe chargers allow users to get more juice than if they were using a cable connection.

AirPods have been a huge success once again. So when was the last time that you, and AirPods owner, needed to use your Lightning port to connect a headphone? Never.

Apple needs to create a culture that allows this change to happen as smoothly as possible without causing bad publicity.

The company will need to explain what its next act is of courage. Will a portless iPhone make it more resistant to water and dust? A portless iPhone will have more room for a breakthrough technology or battery. Why would you want a solid piece made of metal with a stainless-steel finish?

Is the iPhone 13 going to be portless?

Is the iPhone 13 going to be portless?The iPhone 13 will not be portable. You can still use your Lightning cable if you remain calm and cool.

Even so, I recommend that you also consider a MagSafe accessory if you plan to upgrade to the iPhone this year. 9to5Mac’s Chance Miller recently shared his experience with a MagSafe Duo charger, and it’s a must-have accessory if you have an Apple Watch and AirPods as well:

Although the MagSafe Duo’s design is simple to mimic, it has proven versatile and clever in practice. It folds flat, so you can carry it around with you when traveling. This gives you an easy way to charge your iPhone or Apple Watch in a hotel room or Airbnb.

This clever folding design extends to the Apple Watch puck. It can be rotated to ensure compatibility with Nightstand mode and certain Apple Watch bands, such as Solo Loop. (…) Any Qi-compatible accessory, including AirPods, can be charged by the MagSafe side of MagSafe Duo. This allows you to charge three Apple accessories with one cable.

What do you think about a portless iPhone? Is it something you would consider buying? Please leave a comment below.



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Peter Graham
Peter Graham
Hi there! I'm Peter, a software engineer and tech enthusiast with over 10 years of experience in the field. I have a passion for sharing my knowledge and helping others understand the latest developments in the tech world. When I'm not coding, you can find me hiking or trying out the latest gadgets.


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