Brazil could be first South American country to force Apple to sell iPhones with USB-C

Brazil has become the third region (the first in South America) interested in imposing a charging standard.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The discussion around a universal charging port continues to cross borders. Following the agreement announced in the European Union, which will make USB-C the charging standard for rechargeable devices, U.S. senators urged to make a similar decision.

Now Brazil would be the next country to join the trend.

Through Anatel, the country's telecommunications regulator, a public consultation has been launched to present a proposal to make USB-C the charging standard for mobile devices in the nation.

What Brazil is now putting on the table is strongly influenced by what has happened in . . .

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