Apple’s USB-C cables are being touted as the future of the industry, and this is what some users are looking forward to when it comes to charging Apple products with the latest generation of the technology.
A few new Apple accessories are expected to be launching in the near future, including the Lightning to USB-A charger, and there’s a new accessory that could be a big part of it: the USB-c to Lightning to Lightning adapter.
While the adapter is technically a USB-to-C cable, the name stands for USB-1 to USB – the standard that powers Apple’s Lightning to AC adapter.
The adapter has a number of connectors, including one for a Lightning cable to charge an iPhone, and one for the Lightning cable that powers the Apple TV.
The Apple TV can power the Lightning adapter, and the iPhone 6s Plus can also be used to charge the adapter.
The Apple TV is currently the only Apple product that supports USB-2, the newer version of USB-3.
The Lightning to C cable and adapter will likely support USB-5, USB-6, USB 5, and USB-7, as well.
The new Apple accessory is still a ways off, but the new cable could be the final step in the company’s evolution of USB, which it will support until at least 2020.
The USB-coil has been around for quite some time, and Apple’s new adapter will help it reach that goal.