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  • World's first USB-C iPhone

    No, Apple didn't do it, and no, you can't buy one.

    ZDNet
  • The Morning After: Someone made a USB-C iPhone

    Years ago, I wrote this piece about how I really wanted the iPhone to adopt USB-C and retire its Lightning connector. This was just after the advent of the company’s first iPhone Pro models with pro level features, like surgical-grade stainless steel and, er, three cameras. Fast-forward to now, just after the launch of the iPhone 13 series, and I still don’t have my USB-C iPhone. Fortunately, there are engineers that like a challenge.  On his YouTube channel, Swiss Federal Institute of...

    Engadget
  • World’s first USB-C iPhone

    A robotics engineer has created the world’s first iPhone with a USB-C charging port.

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  • An Engineering Student Has Created a Makeshift USB-C iPhone

    Between this and the European Commission's recent decision regarding USB-C ports, Apple's going to run out of excuses not to make the switch. The post An Engineering Student Has Created a Makeshift USB-C iPhone appeared first on ExtremeTech.

    ExtremeTech
  • 6 iOS 15 Privacy Features You Should Use on Your iPhone

    With the release of iOS and iPadOS 15 in September 2021, Apple placed a renewed focus on privacy with some big strides forward for iPhone and iPad users. Let’s run through what’s new and how you can take advantage of the new features to protect yourself.

    How-To Geek
  • The first iPhone with a USB-C port is here, thanks to a passionate modder

    While most phonemakers today equip their devices with a USB-C port, Apple is still reluctant to switch from its proprietary Lightning solution to the widely used connector. There are many potential reasons for this, including the never-ending confusion around USB-C cables and their exact capabilities, as well as the vast

    TechSpot
  • The USB-C iPhone becomes a reality thanks to a robotics engineer

    The humble USB-C port has been in the news because Europe wants to make it a standard for all mobile devices to reduce e-waste — and Apple is the only manufacturer still not using USB-C for its smartphones. Now, a robotics engineering student has proved that its possible to replace the iPhone's Lightning connector with a USB-C port, Apple Insider has reported.  On his YouTube channel, EFPL master's student Ken Pillonel teased an iPhone X with a USB-C port, promising a full video later on how it...

    Engadget