• Anker to Launch USB-C to Lightning Cables in March

    2 monthes ago - By Mac Rumors

    Apple late last year began allowing third-party companies to produce Made for iPhone or "MFi" certified USB-C to Lightning cables, and as a result, multiple companies have been announcing the upcoming launch of new USB-C to Lightning cable options.
    Anker today said that it plans to launch its first USB-C to Lightning cables in March 2019. Anker's Powerline+ USB-C to Lightning cables will feature an aluminum shell and protective braided nylon for durability, while the Powerline version will feature aramid fiber for improved strength.
    The cables will be available in both three and six-foot...
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  • Philips unveils pair of premium monitors with Windows Hello and USB-C docking

    Philips unveils pair of premium monitors with Windows Hello and USB-C docking

    2 monthes ago - By Beta News

    All monitors are created equally, right? Oh, heck no. Quality can vary wildly. Even when two displays have the same specs on paper, the actual appearance can be quite different. That's why it's important to stick with reputable brands that are known for producing solid products. Philips is a brand I trust for monitors, as its products have historically been of high quality. Not only do they offer a great picture, but they are long-lasting too. The company has two new models that are sure to excite computer enthusiasts. Windows 10 users in particular will love the integrated Windows Hello...
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  • Anker unveils MFi USB-C to Lightning cables slated for March, Kickstarter-backed alternative promised for April

    Anker unveils MFi USB-C to Lightning cables slated for March, Kickstarter-backed alternative promised for April

    2 monthes ago - By 9to5Mac

    Last year we learned that Apple would be opening up its MFi program to USB-C/Lightning cables so third-parties can expand the options on the market. After seeing a preview of Belkin's upcoming cables, Anker is out today with details about its options that will be arriving in March. Also, a lesser-known brand has just successfully met its funding goal on Kickstarter for a line of durable, braided nylon USB-C to Lightning cables and is promising to ship them by April.
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