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As more phones are changing the connector which we use to charge and transfer data. What is USB Type C? Here's what it can and can't do!
You may have one more reason to eye the Galaxy Note 6 this year. Plus, would USB-C on a new phone mean a new Gear VR headset?
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Michael Fisher is known for complaining about how devices that support Micro-USB Type-C will devilishly decline his old Type B cables. But the convenience of not having to recklessly damage your non-reversible Micro-USB jack or port (in committing the crime of plugging in your charger in the dark) is there. And a firm called Codistas has answered to this demand by creating a reversible Type B port.
The magic Codistas worked into the [...]
USB 3.1 and the new Type-C connector are poised to change the way we use our smartphones - and a whole lot more.
With the final design for the reversible USB Type-C connector established, manufacturers can start preparing to implement it in new devices.