When we informed you about Apple’s rumored reversible USB Lightning cable, lots of people were rather excited at the suggestion. With excellent reason as well, because we’ve all had that brain-melting minute when we have tried to plug a USB wire in simply for it to undoubtedly be the incorrect way around.

It’s a reality of life that nobody can connect a USB wire in the ideal means initial time, and we have actually understood it take 3 goes before people have actually managed it – – and there are just 2 orientations to select from!

So the suggestion that Apple is getting rid of such irritation by making a USB cord that could be inserted into either a computer system or an asking for brick in both positionings, everyone was quite pleased. Images are all well and excellent though, and video clip is where things begin to move from report to likelihood and inevitably to fact, so when infamous Apple leaker Sonny Dickson started sharing videos of Apple’s new wire, we took notification.


Both videos, come with by some pictures, show Dickson apparently taking the cable, turning it around and plugging it back into a computer with an iPhone in the shot likewise. As you could expect, the iPhone starts asking for regardless of the orientation of the USB cord, and that makes us very pleased without a doubt.


Naturally, it is necessary to aim out that neither of these videos are definitive. Dickson overlooked to reveal the wire and phone in the exact same shot, so we have actually no chance of recognizing without a doubt that the cord being reversed is in fact the cable television that’s asking for the phone. We would not recommend this is fake, but we wouldn’t would like to say it’s certainly genuine until we see something a bit well cropped, if you recognize what we indicate.

If these new, reversible USB Lightning cable televisions are in reality actual, then we expect the iPhone 6 to be the initial gadget to ship with one in the box.

The iPhone 6 is due for a statement on September 9th, with delivery anticipated to take place at the end of the month.

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