Apple completely missed the trend of USB-C. What do you think?

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 Apple completely missed the trend of USB-C. What do you think?


More frustratingly, USB-C cables are not only more convenient than traditional USB cables, they are better than USB in almost every way. USB-C supports higher power than the old Type-A standard, and its the only way to really charge fast on the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, X, XS, XSMax, or XR. If you buy Apples most expensive mobile phone and want to use the snap-on feature, then spend a few hundred more dollars on switching cables to use the devices with Apples laptop. But it also makes iPhone users fall into a bad user experience.

It is not that Apple Corp is afraid that users will not accept new designs. If so, you should also be able to find the headphone interface in the iPhone box now.

All this highlights Apples greatest frustration with USB-C: its refusal to put USB-C ports on its iPhone device. This is not to say that Apple insists that Lightning is meaningless. It provides Apple with a fully controlled port, rather than relying on USB-C, which often confuses different specifications. And theres the MFI program, which actually provides Apple with an iron-wrist handle to determine which types of accessories work with its phones and tablets, and the additional licensing revenue it receives from each licensed Lighting device.

Imagine if Apple could not only cancel the headphone jack on the iPhone 7, but also switch to USB-C? Or maybe last years iPhoneX foreshadowed the glorious future of Apple mobile devices? Considering all the other updates that Apple is working on, it should be a good opportunity to launch USB-C on the iPhone X.

Apples adoption of USB-C will almost certainly bring the industry to glory as a general-purpose port standard (Apple already uses its laptops). If Apple puts all of its latest iPhone development capabilities behind it, do you think there are still problems with USB-C headphones and adapters? In addition, rumors about potential USB-CiPad will only further raise questions about why there is no USB-CiPhone. This is not because the conversion standards are very confusing. After all, everyone has successfully adapted to the conversion head of Lightning. Now the Lightning port is more antique than the old 30 pin connector. Back now, not only are we forced to use the Lightning port, but we also have a terrible traditional USB Type-A cable. Until Apple is willing to roll out the USB-C standard interface on its latest devices, well be stuck with the Lightning interface for the foreseeable future. (Mark K) this article source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Zhang Jie _NT5630

Apples adoption of USB-C will almost certainly bring the industry to glory as a general-purpose port standard (Apple already uses its laptops). If Apple puts all of its latest iPhone development capabilities behind it, do you think there are still problems with USB-C headphones and adapters?

In addition, rumors about potential USB-CiPad will only further raise questions about why there is no USB-CiPhone. This is not because the conversion standards are very confusing. After all, everyone has successfully adapted to the conversion head of Lightning. Now the Lightning port is more antique than the old 30 pin connector.