The development of smartphones is generally dependent on the world of technology. However, we have recently witnessed the opposite development. So much so that, according to a decision taken by the European Union, as of January 1, 2025, all smartphones that will be sold together within its borders must have a USB Type-C port.
If you reply to this news that not all phones have USB Type-C ports anyway, we will understand that you are an Androidboy. Because Apple, the biggest name in the industry, uses its own input port, Lightning, on its smartphones. However, after this decision of the European Union, it is estimated that USB Type-C will be used from iPhone 15 onwards.
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On the other hand, in the latest study by the European Union, it was discussed that a similar move would come for smartphone batteries. Accordingly, companies that sell smartphones within the border of the Union have to make sure that the batteries of their smartphones are removable.
In other words, there may be times when we can remove and replace the batteries of smartphones as we wish, as before Apple’s move. Of course, this is just a study for now. However, considering that the USB Type-C process started in this way, it is highly likely that a similar development can be experienced for the battery of the phones.