UK won't follow European Union's USB-C common charger rule

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UK won't follow European Union's USB-C common charger rule
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UK won't follow European Union's USB-C common charger rule

UK's decision unlikely to sway decision makers at Apple

The British government will not emulate the European Union's mandate that the iPhone and other rechargeable devices use USB-C as a universal charging standard. Earlier this week, European lawmak...

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