Apple may finally have to kill the Lightning port

To combat the plague of cable clutter, European authorities are channeling their inner Marie Kondo.

A big nuisance may soon be resolved.

For obvious reasons, you typically do not want the government to be involved in the creation of technological products. Jony Ive, a design icon, is responsible for Apple's amazing products.

A group of Washington, DC officials could never equal his production.

However, Apple is also responsible for producing an exasperating number of charging cords that are exclusively compatible with its own smartphones.

Lord have mercy on you if you use an iPhone, adore the Kindle, and wear a Garmin watch. You are carrying three cords for a weekend getaway.

Four if you bring a laptop computer. This has been the case for decades, and nobody enjoys it. All of this might soon change.