With USB 4.0, a new era will begin in 2020!
One of the major shortcomings of Apple’s iPhone models was fast charging technology. This shortage ended with the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max models, which were introduced on September 10th.
While competitors such as Huawei have reached 40W, even the iPhone 11 series’s 18W fast charging support is satisfactory for iPhone users who are waiting for hours to recharge. The new iPhone models with USB Power Delivery 2.0 technology can reach 50 percent charge from zero in 30 minutes.
With USB 4.0, the transition to USB-C will increase in 2020!
The basis of this technology is the USB-C. USB-C, which has started to spread rapidly in recent years, is ready to move on to the next step: USB 4.0 standards. No USB-C on iPhone? We seem to hear you say.
Previously, the USB Practitioners Forum announced that the Thunderbolt 3 features can be accessed via the USB-C cable through the USB 4.0 standard. In other words, the USB-C is capable of transferring data at speeds of 40 Gbps and 100W of power.
Thunberdolt is widely used in Mac models due to high speed data transfer. However, with USB 4.0, Thunderbolt speeds will be Intel-certified, which will reduce prices dramatically.
Apple’s USB-C on the iPad Pro’da Apple next year, similar to iPhone models Lightning port is expected to say goodbye. Smartphone manufacturers such as Samsung have long been using the USB-C port.
Switching to iPad Pro USB-C, Apple is expected to say goodbye to the Lightning port on iPhone models next year. Smartphone manufacturers such as Samsung have long been using the USB-C port on their devices.
In short, 2020, USB-C and USB 4.0 will be a year of abundant talk. We will say goodbye to the USB-A, which we already use in our daily life, much faster in the years to come.