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20. Dezember 2016

Apple Extends Discounts on USB-C Adapters and Accessories Until March 31

Last month, Apple dropped the price on all of its USB-C adapters and accessories by $6 to $20 until December 31. Today, it has extended that discount until March 31, 2017 for many of the products.

A full list of prices on the adapters in the United States is below:

– USB-C to USB Adapter – Was $19, now $9 – Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter – Was $49, now $29 – USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter – Was $69, now $49 – USB-C VGA Multiport Adapter – Was $69, now $49 – USB-C to Lightning Cable (1m) – Was $25, now $19 – USB-C to Lightning Cable [...]

 
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4. November 2016

Apple Drops Prices on USB-C Adapters

To make it easier for customers who purchased a new MacBook Pro to make the transition to USB-C, Apple has dropped the prices on all of its USB-C adapters by $6 to $20.

The simple USB-C to USB Adapter, formerly priced at $19, is now $9, while the more expensive USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter, formerly $49, is now available for $29. Even Apple’s newly released Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter has seen a price drop from $49 to $29.

A full list of prices on the adapters in the United States is below:

– USB-C to USB Adapter – Was $19, now $9 – Thunderbolt 3 to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter [...]

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2. November 2016

Thunderbolt 3/USB-C Adapters, Cables, and Hubs for New MacBook Pro

In line with the 12-inch MacBook, Apple has removed all ports on the new MacBook Pro beyond two or four Thunderbolt 3 ports and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Thunderbolt 3 carries power, USB, DisplayPort, HDMI, and VGA over a single USB-C port, creating one standard for connecting most accessories and peripherals.

The issue for now, however, is not all devices are equipped with USB-C ports. Apple’s very own iOS devices, for example, use a proprietary Lightning port instead.

More USB-C accessories will inevitably be released over the coming months and years, but in the meantime, many new MacBook Pro users will need to purchase at least one dongle or hub to [...]

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31. Mai 2016

Lightning-to-Headphone Adapters Appear Ahead of iPhone 7 Launch

While interest in the possible new features of the iPhone 7 remains as high as ever, perhaps the most controversial potential change to Apple’s upcoming device is the removal of one long-standing feature – the headphone jack.

Rumors suggest that Apple will drop the 3.5mm audio jack to make its next-gen iPhone even thinner, and rely on an upgraded Lightning port, currently used only for charging, to transmit sound to wired headphones. Elsewhere, at least one competing smartphone maker has already announced its intention to drop the headphone jack.

MacRumors recently ran a Twitter poll that showed 59% of 7,542 respondents preferred the 3.5mm headphone jack over [...]

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