Apple used to separate the Lightning in the iPad Pro to the USB port C

This theme Apple used to separate the Lightning in the iPad Pro to the USB port C appeared on Engadget.

Announced Apple yesterday about the new versions of the iPad Pro, which comes for the first time the standards of the USB ports C to replace the port Lightning, as it disappears also the entrance to the earphones 3.5 mm in these versions.

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Offer Apple iPad Pro this year’s range of features and enhancements that support performance and greater efficiency in these versions, also offering Apple iPad Pro with a distinctive design frames with the thinnest, the thickness of the lower hardware coupled with technical support Face ID.

However, the biggest change in the iPad Pro this year is the USB port C, which comes to certainly users of Bluetooth headsets, but that would be a problem for users of headphones wired.

Has confirmed John Turnus from Apple that the iPad Pro New compatible with a wide range of accessories to support the users of the wired speaker, which can connect through a USB port C.

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Apple supports the user also with the USB C to 3.5 mm new is available on Apple Store Official Price of $ 9, to support the use of headphones wired better in hardware.

The company introduced the Apple also with previous versions of the phones the iPhone adapter Lightning to 3.5 mm, but this adapter is available separately for users of iPhone XS and XR this year at a price of $ 9.

IPad Pro don’t also include USB adapter C between the content of the box of the device, so the user will choose the Bluetooth headsets, or buy the adapter Apple which is available separately.

Recall that the transformation of Apple this year to standards of the USB ports C in the iPad Pro, supports new versions the size of the thinnest for sure, where it comes iPad Pro size of 12.9 inch, thickness 5.9 mm, i.e. the size of the thinnest 15% of issuance last year.

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This theme Apple used to separate the Lightning in the iPad Pro to the USB port C appeared on Engadget.

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