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Apple says EU’s potential charging cable mandate ‘stifles innovation’

[2020-01-23 16:49:55]

Apple today argued against the European Union’s demands for standardized charging cables for smartphones and other devices. New regulations being considered by the EU could force Apple to ditch the iPhone’s familiar Lightning connector for an industry-wide alternative. Apple said the move “stifles innovation” and hurt smartphone buyers. “Apple stands for innovation and deeply cares ...

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