Apple’s flagship 2021 iPhone won’t have any ports: Report

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Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is back again with a new report for the upcoming iPhones. This time, Kuo said that at least one variant of the Apple iPhone 2021 will not have any ports. That means, the 2021 iPhones will ditch the Lightning charging port.

While we were expecting that Apple might move over to USB-C at some point, the company did turn into a completely different way. According to Kuo, the 2021 iPhone will “provide the completely wireless experience”. According to Kuo, the flagship model of the 2021 iPhone will be the first to ditch charging port.

From the last few years, it was rumored that Apple is planning to remove the Lightning cable in few years. However, we weren’t expected to happen too soon. As of now, all the current iPhone models including the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max have Lightning ports.

Apple has started to include the USB-C connector in some products. The new iPhones support Apple’s fast charger, which promises to deliver up to a 50% charge in 30 minutes. The charger uses USB-C and requires iPhone users to buy a specific cable that goes from the Lightning connector to USB-C ports.

Apart from this, Kuo still believes that a new iPhone SE 2 will arrive in early 2020, shaped like a 4.7-inch iPhone 8 but with better internals. In addition, he also believes that Apple will release an iPhone SE 2 Plus in 2021 with a 5.5-inch or 6.1 display.

Later in the year, Apple will release four phones, including two 6.1-inch models, a 6.7-inch model, and a new, smaller 5.4-inch one. If the rumors pan out, the two lower-end models will still have dual cameras, while the high-end models will have three and an extra time-of-flight sensor for depth-sensing purposes.

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