When will the universal charger be mandatory in all EU countries?

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 When will the universal charger be mandatory in all EU countries? /></p></li></ul><p>On October 4, the European Parliament approved the the imposition of the <strong>universal charger</strong> in all the countries of the <strong>European Union</strong><strong> (EU)</strong>, with the aim of generating less waste and that users do not have to accumulate more cables than necessary at home. </p><p>The <strong>model</strong> chosen to be the only charger is the <strong> USB Type-C</strong>, which is the one that is already used today in the majority of ‘smartphones’, except in the case of <strong>iPhone</strong>. For this reason, <strong>Apple</strong> has been the main detractor of this measure.</p><h3>Devices with a single charger</h3><p>What <strong> devices</strong> Will they be forced to adopt the universal charger? All ‘<strong>smartphones</strong>’, tablets, digital cameras, headphones, e-books, portable game consoles and portable speakers.</p><p>It will also affect ; This applies to <strong>laptops</strong>, but these will have 40 months to adapt from the moment the standard comes into force, which will be the same. <strong>two years from now</strong>, in the fall of 2024.</p><p>This will apply every year. in <strong>all brands </strong>that are marketed in the EU, so Apple is included in the list.</p>  <script async src=