A student who supplied his iPhone with USB-C last year outfitted his Android phone with a Lightning port to ‘balance the mess’. The port supports both charging and data transmission.
Ken Bellonel, a masters student in robotics, assures viewers that it’s not a joke on April 1, even though his video was intentionally posted on that date. The cable itself presented another challenge. opposite Engadget He says Apple’s Lightning cable is “not stupid” and “just wants to charge Apple devices.” So he had to be able to “cheat” the cable and also get the right solution for the phone. The latter doesn’t seem to be entirely successful: the cable protrudes a bit more from the Android device than from the iPhone.
The company made headlines last year for deleting the iPhone X. to rest With a USB-c connector. It also supported data transfer and charging, and sold the device on eBay for $86,000. just one system recovery The system update will undo its modifications. Apple is the only major player not to put the now popular USB-C on its devices, with a few exceptions. By the way, the European Commission will want make a difference†
Billonel says he’s working on an entire video showing a file Builds explains. Maybe he’ll put his documents online again, just like he does Act With a modified iPhone.
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