The latest USB cable is now available for the iPad mini, but it only works with iPad mini 2 models and the iPad Air 2.
If you want a cable that also works with your MacBook Pro or MacBook Pro Air, you’ll need a USB 3 to USB 3 adapter.
While there are a few USB 3 devices out there that can also be used with iPads, these devices tend to be a bit expensive, or they’re only available with iPad models that can support USB 3 ports.
But thanks to the iPad Mini’s new USB 3 port, there are now a few new USB cables that can be used for iPads that don’t have the USB 3 feature on them.
The USB 3 cable is a simple plastic cable that can plug into any USB port on the iPad, and it can be connected to any computer that supports USB 3 at least 1.2A.
The cable has a standard USB connector, but there’s also a USB Type-A connector that lets you use the cable to plug in any Type-C or USB-C charger.
The iPad mini supports USB Type A as well, so the cable doesn’t need a separate Type-B connector.
The new USB cable comes in a variety of colors, but the most popular is red, which we tested in a review.
This cable is also compatible with any USB-A or USB Type C port, so you can connect it to any iPad with an adapter.
If your iPad doesn’t have an USB-B port, you can still use this cable.
The standard cable works with any iPad that supports the USB-3 and USB-2 protocols, and you can plug it into any iPad Air, as well.
You’ll also want to look out for the USB Type B adapter, which lets you connect USB-c to USB-b to charge your iPad.
The only drawback to the new USB-to-USB cable is that it’s only compatible with USB-Type-A ports on the iPhone 5 and newer, which means it only supports Apple’s newest iPhones and iPads, but you won’t be able to use the new MacBook Pros or MacBook Pros Air models.
That said, the new cable will be compatible with a few of the newer Apple MacBook Pros, so if you’re looking to replace an older Apple MacBook Pro, it should be okay to use it.
If this new cable is your only option, you should use a USB-T cable.
For more tips and tricks on how to upgrade your Mac or PC, check out our previous roundup.