It may seem like a simple change of connectors: the Lightning goes out and the USB-C. But, although this doesn’t mean much to many people, we have some good news related to this exchange.
On iPhones 15/15 Plus, in fact, little changes as transfer rates (USB 2.0; 480Mbps) and recharge (up to approx. 27W) of the devices themselves have not changed. Still, we have the possibility of using the iPhone to power/recharge other devices at a power of 4.5W, which is welcome!
With the iPhones 15 Pro/15 Pro Max, things change. With the appropriate cable, we can achieve transfers of USB 3 (10Gbps); Furthermore, we can use an external drive to record videos in ProRes at 4K/60 without using the device’s storage itself.
Check out all these new features — and others, such as the few new features in wireless charging (Qi2/MagSafe) — explained in the video above!
Sign iPhone who always dreamed of an easy, cheap (less than half the cost of the device) and conscious way. Subscribing is not just about choosing a new cell phone. It’s about choosing a new lifestyle. More uncomplicated, innovative and without the headaches of resale or technical assistance. Furthermore, those who subscribe receive more (such as film, case and complete protection, spare device and more) for less.
Your new endless cycle.
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