Apple may remove lightning port from 2021 iPhones

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Here’s the latest business and technology headlines courtesy of Cheddar:

Apple may remove the lightning port from 2021 iPhones, according to an analyst at TF Securities. But rather than switching to another type of connector, it could simply go fully-wireless. Apple has not yet confirmed whether this change will take place.

Chime, a “branchless” U.S. bank has quadrupled its valuation to $5.8 billion, according to CNBC. The company also raised $500 million in series e-funding – boosting their valuation from $1.5 billion.

Huawei is fighting back against the U.S. The company is suing the government over new FCC restrictions that limit its business in the country. Huawei says it is being targeted by these restrictions "because it is a Chinese company."

 

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