Today, Apple quietly launched a new accessory for all iGadgets with Lightning port: one Lightning cable to USB-C.
The basic function of the cable is quite simple: to allow iPads and iPhones / iPods touch to be recharged when connected to Macs with USB-C ports, such as the 12-inch MacBook. It is available in 1m and 2m versions, respectively for R $ 179 and R $ 279 in Brazil or for US $ 25 and US $ 35 in the United States.
But there is a “little cat jump”, in this story. Using this new cable with the 29W USB-C charger (from the MacBook), Apple says that 12.9-inch iPad Pro (and them) will be recharged more quickly.
The charger costs R $ 399 in Brazil, or US $ 49 in the USA.
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Recently, Apple had updated its Lightning Reader for an SD card camera with support for the iPad Pro's USB 3.0 interface. Now, it has done the same with the Lightning adapter for camera.
In addition to supporting higher speeds on the 12.9 ″ iPad Pro, the accessory now has a Lightning port next to its USB port.
It costs R $ 329 in Brazil and US $ 39 in the USA.