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Law’s Aaron Perzanowski discussed Apple’s likely plan in the wake of the European Union’s decision to mandate a single phone charger

What Europe’s push to simplify chargers means for you

The Washington Post: Aaron Perzanowski, professor of law, said Apple could build separate versions of the iPhone for use in Europe while the U.S. gets lightning ports—following the European Union’s provisional agreement requiring a single cell phone charger—but it’s not likely. “I think the most likely outcome here is that Apple will shift the iPhone to USB-C globally rather than manufacture two slightly different designs,” he said. “I’m not a supply chain expert, but I can’t imagine that would be an efficient approach.”