Apple recently announced that it would replace the existing Lightning connector on the iPhone 15 with the industry-standard USB-C charging port. Apple also highlighted the simplicity of using a single cord to charge the Mac, iPad, and AirPods, among other Apple products.
The Pro models get USB 3.0 with speeds of up to 10 Gbps. You’ll be able to use the charger and cable from your iPad Pro, MacBook Pro, or Galaxy to charge the new iPhones. Apple didn't say anything about faster charging, though.
Apple made this announcement at its Wonderlust event on Tuesday, 12th September, 2023.