An iPhone Without A Charging Port Isn't As Crazy As It Sounds
Apple's Lightning connector has been part of the iPhone for about 10 years,
or the majority of the iconic smartphone's 15-year existence.
But its days may be numbered, as the European Union has
agreed to make USB-C the common charging mechanism on all phones by fall 2024.
The decision has fueled speculation about the iPhone's much-rumored switch to USB-C.
But there's another possible route Apple could take.
What if Apple released a new iPhone without ports at all?
That may sound unreasonable, but hear me out.
Take a look at the iPhone's trajectory when it comes to wireless functionality,