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About the Apple USB-C to Lightning Cable With a USB-C to Lightning cable, you can charge and sync your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, charge a Siri Remote, and more. Here's...
How to place a MFi order? With the growth of consumers' demand of high quality data cables,MFi certified lightning cables are more and more popular in all over the world...
What does Apple MFi-Certified mean? MFi Certification Is the “Apple Tax” Sure, many iPhone, iPad, and Mac accessories are pricey. Whatever the reason, you shoul...
It has become almost impossible to imagine the modern landscape without electronic devices. Smartphones, tablets, music players, laptops… you name it and chances are that a number...
Very quickly, USB Type-C has this year become a part of every phone’s spec sheet. Either a new phone has USB Type-C, or it doesn’t. And it’s already being seen as...
With the launch of the Apple MacBook and Google’s Chromebook Pixel, USB-C (also called USB Type-C) and the accompanying USB 3.1 standard are both hitting market somewhat earl...
New connector can replace all current USB plugs. The USB Promoter Group announced today that it has finalized the design of the USB Type-C plug, a new type of USB plug that's des...
For now, yes it does matter. This may change in the near future. Universal Serial Bus (USB) is an industry standard developed in the mid-1990s to standardize the connection of comp...
The USB Type-C cable, also known as USB-3.1, is the newest USB technology currently in use that became available in 2015. This single cable allows you to connect multiple devices. ...
Things change so quickly in the tech space that even professionals sometimes find themselves stymied by the incessant and confusing terminology surrounding certain protocols. I rem...
USB Type-c and USB 3.1 are new technology, but changes are happening fast. Devices capable of USB 3.1 performance and utilizing USB Type-C connectors are on a growing number of com...
The new USB Type-C cable is also known as USB 3.1. There were three previous versions of USB cables, versions 1.1, 2.0, and 3.0. The Type-C, or 3.1 version, has four main benefits ...