For buyers of the new iPhone 15 & 15 Pro lineups, they may never look at an Apple Lightning cable ever again. But anyone using an older-generation iPhone, such as the iPhone 14 & 14 Pro and earlier, the Lightning cable isn’t going away any time soon.
Learn how to use your iPhone 15 with a USB-C port as a power bank and charge other devices with it, or inversely charge your iPhone with an Android phone.
One of the perks of Apple's adoption of USB-C is the ability to charge your AirPods or Apple Watch via the iPhone 15's USB-C port.
Apple didn't just swap the Lightning port at the bottom of the AirPods Pro charging case for a USB-C one but also brought other new features to the wireless earbuds.
Our friends at Nomad have just debuted a new iteration of their iconic ChargeKey accessory, which is essentially a phone or tablet charging cable that tethers to your key ring so that you always have a means to keep your device(s) fully charged.
The charging cable, inseparable from the supposed external battery, should connect to the headset magnetically and rotate to lock into place.
Only MFi-certified USB-C cables and power adapters will fast charge your iPhone 15. Your Lightning cables and USB-A chargers won’t work at all with the new phone.
There’s been a lot of talk lately about Apple switching from their existing Lightning port on iPhones to the USB-C port on future models instead. In fact, legislation in the European Union last year effectively ensures that Apple will sell iPhones with a USB-C port by 2024. So should you be excited? Let’s discuss…
Are you seeing this message on your iPhone: "Charging On Hold. Charging will resume when iPhone returns to normal temperature." Here are the solutions to fix this safely and have your iPhone 15 or older resume charging.
We've tested the Zeus, a compact GaN power adapter from Chargeasap equipped with four fast-charging USB ports providing 270 watts of total power output.
Are you repeatedly plugging your iPhone into power, but it fails to start charging and doesn't show the green battery icon with a lightning charging indicator?
Let's go over some solutions to fix this issue.
All of the existing models of Apple's AirPods earbuds could benefit from USB-C charging if Apple launches a new USB-C charging case in 2023, as predicted.