- Apple to launch iPhone with replaceable batteries.
- The European Union (EU) Council has approved new regulations.
- It is to be done by 2027.
The European Union (EU) Council has recently made it mandatory to launch electronic gadgets with USB Type-C ports and that forced Apple to make a shift from its lightning port. Now the Council has made a new decision and that might help Apple to find a new way of revenue as well. So let’s get into the article to check out the new details.
It is now said that the European Council has passed new regulations that will make Apple launch new iPhones with replaceable batteries. This will be empowering users by enabling them to easily replace batteries without any specialized tools or knowledge.
Apple needs to launch its new products with the new change by 2027 which means we have a couple of years to witness the new implementation. This will unexpectedly offering advantages to Apple including new revenue set up from selling replacement and extended batteries.
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