Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, Greg Joswiak said that the company will comply with the law of the European Union
Apple has declared that a USB-C connector will come with an iPhone and they will comply with the European Union's law
Joswiak declined to say when Apple would introduce an iPhone with a USB-C connector.
The EU said the new law will help consumers to save money from buying additional accessories for your iPhone
The first USB-C was introduced by Apple in 2012, just after Apple unveiled the new lightning connector
The future iPhone will come with a USB-C port. Apple might apply the policy and it will come into the effect from 2024