You will get faster USB cable soon
All throughout the world, USB cables will become speedier. A new standard for USB cables that allows for a two-fold increase in data transfer speed has been developed by the USB Promoter Group.
We're referring to USB4, and the most recent version (Version 2.0) allows for data transfers up to 80 Gbps. The good news is that these new USB cables will function with previous ports, including USB4 1.0, USB 3.2, USB 2.0, and Thunderbolt 3. However, even if older USB cables are compatible with newer USB4 Version 2.0 ports. Newer ports still accept older USB cords. Additionally, it functions nicely with current standards like PCIe and DisplayPort.
Although the majority of users won't require such quick data transfers. The new protocol will be highly beneficial for docks, storage hubs, and high-performance screens. An additional GPU won't significantly slow down a laptop with 80 Gbps of bandwidth. By doing this, you should be able to play games like you would on a PC while producing significantly less heat.
During the USB Developer Days 2022 conference on November 1, 2022. There is always more information provided regarding the new USB4 Version 2.0 protocol. It's too soon to say for certain, but we might receive extra advantages.
Similar to this, new EU regulations have compelled Apple to make its iPhones compatible with USB C. The upcoming iPhone 14 series features a Lightning port, which is occasionally the last of its kind.
Since a while ago, Apple's MacBooks and iPads have also supported USB C. It appears that the iPhone will soon follow suit in this regard. The majority of modern laptops, phones, and tablets use USB C. All of your devices ought should be able to be charged by the same charger.