Smartphone charging technology has come a long way since the days of microUSB chargers, but it has also become more confusing.
The charging time for a smartphone depends on the connector type, charger cable, adapter, manufacturer, and chipset, making it difficult to determine the best way to power up your device.
The next Apple tablet, which is likely to be the 2018 iPad Pro, may be even thinner than its predecessor. So thin, in fact, that it will not be able to accommodate the headphone jack any more. This leak comes from a relatively unknown, yet heretofore accurate, tipster.
Sina Technology News October 10 morning news, this morning, Google held a new product launch conference in New York, officially released Pixel 3 mobile phone, Pixel Slate two-in-one Chrome OS tablet and Home Hub smart home control center three new products.
It sucks, but we’re all going to have to get used to it: the 3.5mm headphone jack is slowly disappearing from modern smartphones.
There are too many charging and interface cable standards in place. We can fix this, but it will take effort and broad industry buy-in. And Apple would have to fall in line.