Members of the European Parliament voted to force companies such as Apple to adapt products that don’t already feature a standard USB-C charger to use one. This would include iPhones, in Apple’s case. From a report: A total of 602 lawmakers voted for the plan on Tuesday, with 13 against, and eight abstaining. The deal, provisionally agreed in June between the commission and the European Union’s 27 countries, still needs to get the final sign-off from the EU member states. The rules are likely to be written into law at the beginning of 2023.