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Apple’s New Lightning Cable

Apple’s New Lightning Cable
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Although it is often difficult to make a new cable connector catch on, Apple is giving it their best effort. Apple, which has already sold more than 400 million iPhones, has some clout when it comes to breaking through common technology barriers. Therefore, most likely the Lightning connector, which debut with the iPhone 5, will be a hit.

What is the Lightning connector?

This cable replaces the 30-pin connector used by Apple since 2003. The Lightning connector has a USB connection on one end, similar to the old-school iPod hook ups. However, it does boast of many improvements. For example, on the opposite end of the connector it is quite different. On the side of the connector that plugs into the phone, the lightning connector has a much narrower end. In addition, it has eight electrical contacts on each side. This means it does not matter which way the phone is plugged in. Moreover, Apple claims this connector is more durable than previous connectors.

What else can the Lightning connector do right now?

Another positive attribute of this connector is that it allows many devices to be connected to other 30-pin accessories. For example, a user can use the lightning connector to connect other accessories that were previously only supported by the 30-pin connector. Although, Apple does warn the Video and iPod Out are not supported.

What more could the Lightning connector do in the future?

After Lightning’s release, Apple said that Lightning has an interface that can be modified. This implies future versions should be able to used with something besides a USB. Hypothetically, this could mean it could be possible to send high-definition video to HDMI. In addition, accompanying the adapter, Apple sells a Lighting-to-30-pin 2-meter cable for $39. The basic Lightning-to-USB cable runs around $19.

Problems foreseen by Apple in regards to the Lightning connector:

Potential problems could be created, however, with an iPhone fitting easily into an traditional dock due to a new adapter being in the way. However, Apple is already working on a remedy to this potential problem. Apple is currently working with the accessory makers JBL, Bose, Band and Olufsen and Bowers and Wilkins to create support for the new connector. Although Apple is likely to face problems getting Thunderbolt to catch on, thanks to the iPhone, Lighting is already a mass-market reality.

Conclusion:

The general population of iPhone-loving Americans are sure to embrace the Lighting connector with open arms. Anytime there is an improvement made in technology that makes using an iPhone easier, iPhone users are most often thrilled, and the Lightning connector looks to be just that.

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What else can the Lightning connector do right now?


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nguyên nhân đau rát hậu môn use the lightning connector to connect other accessories that were previously only supported by the 30-pin connector. Although, Apple does warn the Video and iPod Out are not supported.


What more could the Lightning connector do in the future?


After Lightning’s release, Apple said that Lightning http://congtysangoviet.com/san-pham/bang-gia-san-go-go-nam-phi has an interface that can be modified. This implies future versions should be able to used with something besides a USB. Hypothetically, this could mean it could be possible to send high-definition video to HDMI. In addition, accompanying the adapter, công ty sàn gỗ Apple sells a Lighting-to-30-pin 2-meter cable for $39.