December 3, 2022

iphone and usb-c

 
The USB Promoter Group has released a major update to the USB4 Version 2.0 specification.

USB4 Version 2.0 with maximum data transfer rate of 80Gbps

USB4 Version 2.0 uses existing 40Gbps USB Type-C passive cables or newly introduced 80Gbps USB Type-C active cables to achieve data transfer rates up to 80Gbps.
 
The USB4 Version 2.0 specification also includes an update to USB3.2, which is currently expected to improve data transfer speeds by up to 20Gbps.

Is there a benefit to the rumored iPhone 15 with USB-C?

The iPhone has been using Lightning as an external terminal for many years, but due to pressure from Europe, it is rumored that the 2023 model iPhone 15 will switch to USB-C.
 
The iPhone13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max support the video recording format “ProRes” for professionals, but due to the large data size, it is said that “Lightning’s data transfer speed is a bottleneck for professional use”. increase.
 
For this reason, it seems likely that the transition to USB-C and the update to USB4 Version 2.0 will greatly benefit the iPhone15.
 
 
Source: The USB Promoter group via 9to5Mac
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