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.
USB4 with 40Gpbs transfer speed is ready for a mass rollout to consumers. Here's everything you need to know about this.
Here’s how to add MagSafe-like charging to your iPhone, iPad, Android and even new MacBook charger using this magnetic cable.
USB4 devices are expected to be coming in late 2020, with supporting speeds of up to 40Gbps. Here are all the details.
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.
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.
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.
Jean Baptiste Su, Vice-President and Principal Analyst at consulting firm Atherton Research, says that he believes that Apple's 2019 iPhone will ship with a USB-C port like the 2018 iPad Pro as well as an in-display Touch ID sensor.