Apple planned to remove its USB Lightning from the iPhone X, will we say goodbye soon to the cables? - CYDIAPLUS.com

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Friday, 22 June 2018

Apple planned to remove its USB Lightning from the iPhone X, will we say goodbye soon to the cables?



Mark Gurman, popular analyst whose leaks about Apple are usually very reliable, recently stated that Apple considered at the time to remove the USB Lightning port of the iPhone X. There are only two reasons or options to make a decision like this: or plan a future iPhone without cables, or else jump to the USB-C port .

Recall that both the iPhone X as the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus were the first Apple smartphones to implement the expected wireless charging . Perhaps for this reason the company of the bitten apple considered the possibility of removing the USB Lightning port, just as they did with the 3.5 mm headphone jack after the arrival of the iPhone 7.

But Apple had a small problem. If I had removed the USB Lightning port from the iPhone X ... what would happen to users who wish to connect their EarPods? And those who want to transfer files via USB on your PC or Mac? In addition, the USB Lightning port is also used to connect other types of adapters, such as for connections via HDMI. Apple still did not have a solution for these premises, so the iPhone X finally landed with the classic USB Lightning.



Apple must still improve its wireless charging system
Apple could not completely remove the USB Lightning port of its brand new iPhone X because its wireless charge still has a wide margin for improvement.

"During the development of the iPhone X, Apple weighed the possibility of completely removing the cable charging system. This was not feasible at the time because wireless charging was still slower than traditional methods. "


Additionally, Mark Gurman said that including a wireless charger with the new iPhone would have significantly increased the price of the phones.

Source | Bloomberg

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