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If anything these bureaucrats should take a closer look at why tax financed operations like running governments, all kind of public authorities, municipalities and so on and in fact the EU-organisation itself favours the Windows-platform to a point where no other platforms is practically allowed. That is an even bigger question to ask.
In a few years, who knows but maybe wireless charging and connecting via Magsafe will be the only way to go for Apple. Should they then be forced to have a USB-C connector too? It is also not certain that USB-C will last forever and will EU dictate a new standard again? And again, and again? I think the EU should focus on real problems instead.