The refurbished AirPods Pro 2 with Lightning case sell with up to an 18% discount in select European countries. Availability in additional countries may follow soon.
If you have a pair of AirPods Pro 2, then you might want to know that there’s a new firmware update available for them that Apple says incorporates important bug fixes.
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.
Remember those days when you would need to buy an adapter to adapt all and any of your accessories to the iPhone’s proprietary Lightning port? Those days are long gone now that the iPhone 15 & 15 Pro series have finally adopted USB-C.
Apple could announce new AirPods with USB-C charging instead of Lightning at its iPhone 15 + Apple Watch event in September.
Apple will switch from Lightning to USB-C starting with the iPhone 15, and the upcoming smartphones should come with a fifty percent longer charging cable.
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.
A new case for the AirPods Pro will drop this fall alongside the upcoming iPhone 15 family, featuring charging over USB-C instead of Lightning.
The Lightning to USB 3 camera adapter, Apple's own accessory, has stopped working due to a likely bug in iOS 16.5 that should be soon fixed.
The AirPods Pro should adopt USB-C charging this year but don't expect the third-generation AirPods to pick up a USB-C version of its charging case before 2024.
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…
Only the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will offer high-speed data transfer over the USB-C protocol, with non-Pro models limited to USB 2.0 speeds.