The Ministry of Environment Forrest and Climate Change will also evaluate the impact of this change and its ability to address the issue of electronic waste. This change is expected to save money for consumers by allowing them to use a single charger that is compatible with most products. It is not yet clear if and when the USB-C standard will be adopted for other devices such as tablets and laptops. While most Android OEMs are likely to easily adopt this change, as many smartphones already use USB-C, it remains to be seen how quickly Apple will make the transition. Apple has confirmed that it will comply with the new law and it is possible that the next generation of iPhones will feature USB-C ports.