On 26th Oct 2022 The Wall Street Journal has organized a tech live with Apple staff and at that Wall Street Journal Tech Live 2022 Conference, Apple’s officials Craig Federighi (SVP of software engineering) and Greg Joswiak (SVP of marketing) were asked about EU Regulation’s mandatory charging port law for electronic devices.
And Greg replied to it and confirmed that Apple respects the government’s law and they are complying with it as they has no other choice to do.
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He also noted a possible drawback that we would see after this change is that device manufacturers would be forced to build their devices with USB-C ports because there would be no way around it.
He also notes that Apple has been working on a solution for this for some time now and we will see what the outcome of it is in next year.He says “every day, every hour”, Apple comes
Last month, EU Regulation passed a law for all electronic device-producing companies to make USB-C charging ports mandatory charging port for electronic devices such as smartphones, headphones, and tablets. .
This law will also make USB-C charging ports the default port for all new electronic devices sold to consumers. And Apple is also planing to comply with the new EU rules which are going to be very helpful for the users .
The new law would make it easier for consumers to find USB-C charging ports in the market, which can charge all of our devices. It also helps when we want to compare two products side by side at the store.