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What Apple's new Lightning connector means for you

Dan Frakes | Sept. 14, 2012

Still, physical connections remain necessary for charging, higher-speed syncing, and the best audio quality, to name a few uses. (Don't be fooled by "wireless" charging add-ons--there's still a cable or physical connection somewhere.) Until wireless charging like that found on the new Lumia 920 becomes widespread, and can be added without making the iPhone significantly thicker, we're stuck with cables. And as Schiller told All Things D's Ina Fried, "This is the new connector for many years to come."

 

 

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