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If you are a fan of Apple devices then you might want to have a neat and tidy way of charging them all, your iPhone, your iPad, your iWatch and even the AirPods.
A few months ago I was sent 2 products from WERO to test and review, you may have read my review on the WERO Apple Watch desktop stand and noticed that I mentioned another item – This item.
But there was a slight issue upon assembly…..
Last Update (6) – 5th November – iOS 11.1
So iOS 11 has been out for a few days now and with every major release of iOS many things change, some very clearly advertised and a lot that are hidden in some webpage somewhere or just in Apple’s secret knowledge farm.
This is what I’ve found so far, and I will continue to update these over the next few weeks should I find anymore.
These have been found using my iPad (2017 version) and my iPhone 6S+
USB-C is here, all hail USB-C for it is our saviour, it’ll go in either way and won’t use that special 4th dimension that USB plugs currently use (You know the one, insert-fail, turn it over and insert-fail, then turn it back over and it finally inserts) and it delivers all content including power!
Well Yes and No, that all depends on what you plug it into!
I’ve never understood why devices only come with one port of a type when the specification is upgraded. When USB 2.0 came out, motherboards, laptops etc all came with plenty of USB 1.1 ports and then one USB 2.0 port. Then all USB ports on devices were USB 2.0.
USB 3.0 comes out and again manufacturers only put one USB 3.0 port on a device and all others are USB 2.0 ports!
USB 3.0 is much faster than USB 2.0 so if you could use it then why wouldn’t you?