I had not realized this, but it appears that the Lightning connector on recent Apple products is a point of weakness. Not its fault probably.
With Apple shedding the headphone socket on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, two things are surely going to happen. First, there are going
Universal design is great in technology, because the idea that something should work one way and not break is always going to be a benefit to the consumer. While not all cables are made with this in mind, at least one more is being developed.
Getting big movies and photos into an iPad isn’t always easy, but a new accessory makes it fast and simple.
Magnet-based headphones tend to come with two downsides, with size and cost a big factor, but in the case of the new “Sine” cans, Audeze has done away with at least one of these.
Rumours abound for the next iPhone in September featuring no 3.5mm jack, and if that’s the case, some headphones are going to need different cables. Audeze is already there, and has an amp on-board.
Keyboards and mice don’t get much more minimalist than the way Apple makes ‘em, and now there are three ways to express that sense of space, as Apple updates the keyboard, the mouse, and the desktop touchpad.
You probably know that you can’t plug in a standard USB drive into your phone, but the next types of USB drives should support your phones without issues.
USB keys don't get love over in the world of Apple's iPhone and iPad, but that's about to change as SanDisk reveals a key that works with a computer and an Apple Lightning port.
If there’s one company we expected to make Lightning headphones first, it was Apple, or at least the headphone brand it bought recently, Beats. But a couple of brands have beaten Beats to the punch.