Sonny Dickson, the Australian-based blogger, who leaked parts of the iPhone 5s and iPad Air before it was launched last year, and had posted a photo of the new Lightning cable with the reversible USB connector, has just posted couple of videos of the new Lightning cable.
Following a report over the weekend that provided a first look at what could be a next-generation Lightning cable with a reversible USB connector, a new patent filing has been uncovered that all but confirms the existence of the fully reversible cable.
Few days back leaked photos of the new Lightning cable revealed that it may come with a reversible USB connector.
Sonny Dickson, the Australian-based blogger, who leaked parts of the iPhone 5s and iPad Air before it was launched last year, has posted a photo of the new Lightning cable with the reversible USB connector.
A series of leaked photos have surfaced on a Chinese website Dianxinshouji.com that depict a new Lightning cable with a reversible USB connector, perhaps designed to match the new USB 3.1 Type-C cable with reversible ends that will begin shipping next year.
Apple may introduce High Definition audio playback in iOS 8, launch new Lightning cable and In-ear Headphones
Japanese website Macotakara claims that Apple may introduce high definition audio playback in iOS 8.
The report also claims that Apple will launch new versions of in-ear headphones and Lightning cable.
A Los Angeles County sheriff deputy owes her life to her iPhone’s lightning cable which took a bullet that was meant for her, says a report by KTLA. The unusual shooting took place early Tuesday morning in Inglewood, California.
Yesterday, we’d told you about the tiny ARM based computer embedded inside every $50 Lightning Digital AV Adapter. While it was clear that there was some video decoding being done by the ARM SoC, we didn’t really know the specifics and the exact reason why the adapter wasn’t outputting raw HDMI.
While we knew that Lightning accessories packed in an embedded Texas Instruments chip to handle its adaptive 8-pin interface, a new teardown of the $50 Lightning Digital AV Adapter shows that the complexity in some of these accessories is far more than we’ve imagined.