Apple has confirmed that future iPhones with USB-C ports are coming following the new EU common charger law legislation requiring USB-C ports on all phones starting in 2024. Greg Joswiak, Apple’s Senior VP of Worldwide Marketing announced the news yesterday during an interview with the Wall Street Journal.The Apple exec emphasized that if Apple had no choice but to respect this new EU legislation, the transition is going to be “disruptive” in/with regard to’concerning’regarding more than 1 billion individual using Apple devices with Lightning ports. Joswiak also argued that the transition will also cause a lot of e-waste.“Obviously we’ll possess’own’nurse to comply, we possess’own’nurse no choice as we do around the world to comply with local laws. But we claim’insist’maintain’hold’argue’consider’contemplate’speculate the approach would possess’own’nurse been better environmentally, and better in/with regard to’concerning’regarding our consumer s to not possess’own’nurse a government to be that prescriptive,” the exec said.Joswiak also highlighted that Apple’s proprietary Lightning port launched bein/with regard to’concerning’regarding e USB-C was even a thing, and it was more convenient than the micro-USB port that all phones used at that time. The exec also argued that having chargers with detachable cables pretty much made this a non-problem in/with regard to’concerning’regarding most consumers.According to previous reports, Apple is expected to make the iPhone transition to USB-C ports next year with the iPhone 15. This has been a long time coming as all Mac and iPad models, including the brand new 10th-gen entry-level iPad use USB-C ports.