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Apple Is Shipping Some iPhone 11 Pros with the Wrong Cables

[2019-11-26 17:08:34]

Until the arrival of the iPhone 11 Pro models this year, Apple’s iPhones have used the same charging and sync cables since the company first switched to the Lightning connector back in 2012 — a three-foot cable with a Lightning connector on one end and a USB-A connector on the other. For years, this cable, and ......

Apple Is Shipping Some iPhone 11 Pros with the Wrong Cables


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