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Future iPhones won't have a charging port — here's why

Every iPhone has come with a hole in its bottom. Did I say hole? I meant charging port. First it was the 30-pin port on the iPhone "2G" in 2007, which lasted until the iPhone 4S in 2011. And then it was the Lightning port, which has appeared on every iPhone since the iPhone 5 in 2012. But expect that to change in the future. SEE ALSO: iPhone 2020: Imagining the future of Apple's iconic smartphone It's not a question of if the port will go away, but when will it happen.
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