According to a report from Reuters, the EU is proposing legislation that all devices come with a common mobile charger in September. This move would affect Apple the most, as it uses Lightning cables, while most Android phones use UBC-C. As you might expect, Apple objects to this potential legislation, as it did when this was first brought up last year.
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Based on the report, the European Commission will present legislation to set a common charger for mobile phones and other electronic devices in September. That means we won’t have to wait too long to determine whether this ends up becoming a rule in the EU.