APPLE could make iPhone users fork out for a new charging cable when it releases its next model.
The tech giant is rumoured to have plans to adopt a USB-C charging port for the 2019 iPhone, just like it did for the latest iPad Pro, The Sun reports.
The switch would make current iPhone charging cables useless once a person upgraded to the latest model.
Apple charges just shy of $30 for USB-C cables in Australia - though you can get off-brand versions for less.
Rumours Apple plans to adopt the iPhone's third charging port in 12 years come from supply chain blog Macotakara.
They suggest Apple is following rival Samsung with a switch to a new USB Type-C port, which is thicker than the...