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.
We've tested Ugreen's 100W charger. Versatille and compact, it can charge four devices at once via its three USB-C ports and a single USB-A one for legacy devices.
Apple's new 35W charger is now available to purchase. The accessory features two USB-C ports and comes in two sizes—standard and compact.
Do you see a popup saying, "This accessory may not be supported" when you insert a charging cable, dongle, flash drive, two-factor authentication key, or other accessories into your iPhone or iPad's Lightning or USB-C port?
This tutorial tells you why it happens and how to fix the issue.
New EU rules may force Apple to drop its proprietary Lightning connector and adopt USB-C charging for its iPhone, AirPods and other products by late 2024.
Apple has been predicted to release a pair of second-generation AirPods Pro earbuds, but don't expect Lightning charging to be swapped for USB-C.
Apple has been using the Lightning port for so long on its iPhone lineup that it just feels standard at this point. However, that doesn't mean it's not time to move on. With the adoption of USB-C, even by Apple itself at this point, the company's refusal to switch to the port for the smartphone has seemed stubborn at best.
The iPhone 15, arriving in 2023, has been predicted to finally ditch Lightning in favor of USB-C, an industry standard. A USB-C iPhone would be more than a convenience, it could help Apple deliver even faster charging and data transfer than Lightning.
Apple's Pro-branded iPhone 14 models due in Fall 2022 may feature a faster Lightning port with supports for USB 3.0 speeds, up from USB 2.0.
Apple's macOS Monterey 12.3.1 update brings Bluetooth fixes for game controllers and resolves issues with external displays on some Macs.
The tiny new Satechi GaN charger provides up to 165W of power across its four USB-C ports, thanks to automatic power distribution, and has a stand for easy positioning.
Apple's 140W charger that ships with the 16-inch MacBook Pro uses GaN technology that enables higher wattages, complex internal designs and smaller footprints.