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Ming-Chi Kuo: all iPhone 2017 will have Lightning connector and USB-C fast charge

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We are at the beginning of March and rumours about the iPhone or the new iPhone are becoming clearer in some ways and less in others. really what seems evident is that analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, is clear that will be three models of iPhone to be submitted and in all of them we will have a Lightning connector, but that it would take the power of USB-C. That will allow the new iPhone is loaded much faster thanks to implementation of the fast charge.

Everything is complicated enough to understand right now and more if we take into account that some rumors point to that Apple would launch definitively an iPhone with USB type C to comply with the standard and move permanently to this type of connection. But rumors are not clear and it is clear that the company also interested follow Lightning connector on their devices and continue to receive income by the firms of Accessories they need MFi certification. On the other side are users, who come with rarity to not be able to connect your new iPhone in new Macs of the 2016 or even in the 2015 12″ MacBook for not having USB connector type C in the iPhone cable, being forced to buy an accessory.

In any case on the MacRumors web show a small part of the work done by Apple to implement load fast on your iPhone and requires certain important changes that safety is their main part. According to the analyst of KGI, the decision to keep the Lightning port on the iPhone would be related with the thinner front USB-C, but regardless of the decision that the uproar is taken at the end is secured, we will see to see the following rumors… C.

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