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Bloomberg: Apple originally gave thought to designing a portless iPhone X

7 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

If you own the Apple iPhone X, imagine the device without the Lightning port. In fact, imagine the tenth anniversary model being 100% port-free. According to a report published today by Bloomberg, that was an idea that Apple engineers considered when developing the phone. But the idea was rejected because wireless charging is slower than wired charging. And there is something else to consider; having wireless charging technology included inside the box would have jacked up the price of what already was turning out to be quite an expensive handset.
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Apple nearly eliminated the iPhone X's Lightning port

Apple nearly eliminated the iPhone X's Lightning port

7 monthes ago   |   By Techno Buffalo


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