Posts Tagged ‘USB-C’

Leaked images show braided USB-C to Lightning cable for 2020 iPhones. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

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VESA today announced that the DisplayPort 2.0 specifications are going to be part of USB4/USB-C which will bring some impressive video throughput to bear. We can expect support for up to 16K displays as well as a massive 80Gbps of data throughput.

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Right now, if you’re plugging in a smartphone, you’re probably using a Lightning or USB-C cable. But that choice is still too much for European lawmakers who now want phones, tablets, and other devices to all use the same way of charging.

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USB4 with 40Gpbs transfer speed is ready for a mass rollout to consumers. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

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The 2019 iPhone 11 is likely to come with a USB-C wall charger in the box as confirmed by yet another report. Here are the details.

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Here’s how to add MagSafe-like charging to your iPhone, iPad, Android and even new MacBook charger using this magnetic cable.

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USB4 devices are expected to be coming in late 2020, with supporting speeds of up to 40Gbps. Here are all the details.

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According to a new report, 2019 iPhones will likely ship with the fast 18W charging adapter and Lightning to USB-C charging cable that current iPad Pro models also ship with.

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Those hoping that the 2019 iPhones will ship with USB-C connectors look set to be disappointed, if a new report turns out to be accurate.

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iPod touch 7 and 2019 iPhone with USB-C port are reportedly in development according to new rumors. Here’s what we know about this so far.

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Accessory maker Satechi is already well known for its existing USB-C docks and such, and the company has taken advantage of the ongoing CES event to announce two new power adapters – one a dual-port charger and the other a four-port travel charger.

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We now finally have not one, but two companies announcing their own USB-C-to-Lightning cables, joining Apple’s official cable as the only (certified) ones on the market. Both Belkin and Griffin have taken the wraps off their own cables during CES 2019.

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