More and more devices have USB-C ports as the main interface. Compared to the USB Type-A port, the USB-c port provides a range of powerful features that enable a variety of roles. Smartphones have switched to new USB-C ports due to their faster charging and data transfer capabilities, and many modern laptops have USB-C ports. As mentioned earlier, Apple's MacBook Pro fully embraces this powerful new technology and only supports the USB-C port. According to the site, Apple will likely have its 2019 series of iPhones come with USB Type-C support.