If iPhone 14 doesn’t have this feature, I’m ditching Apple for Android

As a longtime Android user, I can live my life cheerfully without caring what kind of charger I carry with me; If I have a charger or USB-C cable, I’m pretty much gold. But after switching from Android to iPhone about three months ago, that unbridled abandonment has been completely destroyed.

That’s thanks to Apple’s decision to stick with Lightning connectivity for the iPhone 13 Pro, my current everyday phone, instead of using USB-C as with most of its other products — let’s not talk about the standard iPad or AirPods Pro.