Just a few weeks after the 12.3.1 update was made available, Apple has announced that they will be releasing its successor, the 12.3.2. However, it seems that is soon going to change as Apple is expected to add a USB Type-C port to its upcoming iPhone models.
Apart from the introduction of the USB-C port in the next iPhone reports suggests that Apple is also planning on skimming the 3D touch technology from the iPhone 11. In this case, the cable highly resembles a USB-C and not a Lightning cable. The Recent release of iOS 13 beta version comes with a new mode screen along with Type C connector which is a huge shift for Apple from its existing model. And it looks like that might be exactly what Apple has planned. This has been tweaked to show a generic silhouette of a laptop, likely because syncing with a computer will be handled in the Finder, now that iTunes will be split into Music, Podcasts and Books.
Even with the improved battery, it isn't the largest cell that Apple has ever used in an iPhone. Before you throw-out all of your wall plugs and in-car accessories, it is possible the Lightning port survives the next upheaval to the popular smartphone range.
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"A new option helps slow the rate of battery aging by reducing the time your iPhone spends fully charged. iPhone uses on-device machine learning to understand your daily charging routine so it can wait to finish charging past 80 percent until you need to use it."Two words: Fast. Charging.
USB-C is the universal standard connector for many laptops and Android phones and is now used by the Samsung Galaxy S9, Google Pixel 2, and OnePlus 6.