Possible photos of Apple's new braided lightning cable for the iPhone 12 have leaked online. Here's a closer look at the pictures and further details on this.
Could these be the first photos of a braided iPhone 12 Lightning cable? Here's everything you need to know.
Accessory maker, Anker, has just launched a $100 24K gold-plated USB-C to Lightning cable. Here are the details.
Here's a unique 2-in-1 lightning cable which features built-in 2,500mAh battery power bank for charging iPhone and iPad on the go.
It's an undeniable fact that smartphones are becoming increasingly important in our day-to-day lives. As technology progresses and our palm-sized devices become more powerful and capable, it's almost inevitable that our reliance on them will grow. That's why forgetting to take your smartphone, or even worse, taking it with you but running out of battery, is the stuff of nightmares. Let us introduce you to MemoriesCable; a portable lightweight charge and sync cable that not only offers the ability to charge and synchronize on the go, but also packs a massive surprise to the tune of 128GB.
A new Kickstarter project aims to take the advantages of the MagSafe charger and bring it to Lightning and micro-USB devices like the iPhone, iPad and Android Samsung Galaxy lineup.
When we told you about Apple's rumored reversible USB Lightning cable, plenty of people were rather excited at the idea. With good reason too, because we've all had that brain-melting moment when we have tried to plug a USB cable in only for it to inevitably be the wrong way around. It's a fact of life that nobody can plug a USB cable in the right way first time, and we've known it take three goes before people have managed it - and there are only two orientations to choose from!
A few days back, we told you reports (read: leaked information) of a claim that Apple’s new iPhone 6 will ship with a reversible Lightning cable, in that the cable will be pluggable into a USB port either way up. At that time, it was uncertain whether the cables will actually come with the upcoming iPhone or a later iteration. Today, a number of images for the new Lightning cable retail boxes have been leaked that show that the new Lightning cable might be closer than it earlier seemed.
With the iPhone 6 launch just around the corner, leaks have definitely sped up, and we’ve had plenty of evidence for that during the last couple of months. A number of alleged parts for the upcoming iPhone models have surfaced around the Web, most of them falling in line with earlier reports regarding the iPhone 6 and iPhone Air (if that’s what they end up being called). Today, however, we have another leak that supposedly shows the new iPhone’s Lightning cable, with the highlight being a reversible USB connector.
If you thought sticking to the OEM products for any of your gadgets wasn’t really important and that the cheaper knockoffs worked the same, think again - a recent report suggests that third-party (read: cheap and uncertified) USB cables and wall chargers are the biggest reason for dead iPhone 5 smartphones.