You could soon be forced to update your Apple accessories - yet again - if rumours that the tech giant is replacing its lightning port in favour of a USB-C are correct.
People are speculating that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 11 might ditch the lightning port, which has been a key feature of the phone since 2012, after a screenshot of the new recovery mode made its way online, the Daily Mail reported.
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In the image, posted to Twitter by Raphael Mouton, the lightning cable looks to have been replaced with a USB-C cable.
The iTunes image is also nowhere to be seen, after Apple confirmed it would be axing the music storage app earlier this year.
Instead, users will see a laptop and what appears to be the USB-C cable, which is currently used by Samsung Galaxy S9, Google Pixel 2 and OnePlus 6 phones.
The newest iPad Pro already has the new socket, and uses a USB-C charging cable.