iPhone 15 Pro will reportedly arrive with USB 3.2 Speed

By Ramsha Umer - Nov 19, 2022

Apple never ceases to be among the core news, with tech geeks always curious about any report about its products. Apple is shifting from the lightning ports and allegedly has stopped further manufacturing of the exclusive cable. The brand’s official announcement made public that Apple will soon switch to USB-C ports to conform to EU guidelines. Ming-Chi Kuo shared that the port would be launched somewhere in the second half of the coming year. The iPhone 15 Pro has been in the news for quite some time due to its highly anticipated launch. The smartphone was allegedly planned to be referred to as the iPhone 15 Ultra the previous month. Almost the same timeframe is expected for the launch of this flagship model and the USB type-C charging cable. We are likely to have the iPhone 15 Pro with the latest USB port.
iPhone 15 Pro will reportedly arrive with USB 3.2 Speed
The renowned industry insider Kuo is confident that Apple will introduce all the new iPhones with USB-C but the flagship models, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, will arrive with an improved speed of USB 3.2 or Thunderbolt 3. With the prevailing predictions, it is evident that the latest iPhone would not simply be an extension of its predecessors. But it would arrive with jaw-dropping technology and exciting features. Through this speed, the handsets (iPhone 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max) are said to be capable of data transfers up to 40 Gbps. The remaining models in the series (iPhone 15 and 15 Max) will support the existing standard speed of up to 2.0 USB. The leading company, same as always, has not revealed its stance on the rumored discussion. However, we know that Apple saves the best specifications and upgrades for the pro and pro max models with enormous marketing and advertisements.

iPhone 15 Pro Predicted Price Range

As we are heading toward 2023, more reports and news are unveiled with each passing month. Another anonymous source Leaksapplepro revealed that the phone would be more expensive than the previous iPhone 14 Pro Max. It has become evident from various leaks and rumors that the company will launch the highly awaited series in the latter half of 2023.


Ramsha Umer

Ramsha is a tech writer and a blogger with a degree of Masters in English Literature. A passionate writer who loves to weave words to produce engaging content about technology, books, lifestyle, and fashion. She is a reader by heart so whenever she isn’t writing, you can find her reading her favorite books.