How to Transfer Data Over USB-C at 10Gbps on iPhone 15 Pro? Apple’s iPhone 15 models all include a USB-C connector rather than a Lightning port, although not all devices in the range have the same port data transmission speed. The switch to USB-C on the iPhone 15 delivers various benefits, including the option to utilise the same charging cable for Macs, iPads, iPhones, and other USB-C products. Because the iPhone 15 models now include a USB-C port rather than a Lightning port, an iPhone 15 can be used to charge the AirPods or Apple Watch directly.
How to Transfer Data Over USB-C at 10Gbps on iPhone 15 Pro?
However, if you frequently work with huge video files, you should be aware that not all iPhone 15 models are created equal when it comes to physical data transfer.
The USB-C port on the 6.1-inch iPhone 15 and 6.7-inch iPhone 15 Plus is restricted to USB 2 charging speeds, the same as the original Lighting port. However, if you use the proper cable, the USB-C connector on the iPhone 15 Pro models allows faster USB 3.2 Gen 2 transfer speeds of up to 10Gb/s.
The USB-C cable included with iPhone 15 Pro models only supports USB 2 speeds; for faster speeds, a higher-spec cable is required. Apple’s Thunderbolt 4 Pro cable, for example, is now available in a shorter one-meter length for $69. The connection is black-braided and can be used to transfer data from an iPhone 15 Pro to a Mac or external drive.
While the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max support USB 3 transfer speeds from the new USB-C port, only ProRes files recorded in 4K at 60p can be recorded directly to an externally linked SSD. All other video and photo modes must be saved to the iPhone first and then transferred.
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