Apple quietly dropped the price of its Lightning to USB-C cable in the Apple store, which is sure to please some iPhone fans, and some people think it may hint at what's to come for future Apple products too.
When it was released in 2016, £19 or AU$29), it's at least in line with Apple's other cables. The $6 price drop was spotted by 9to5Mac, which speculates that USB-C cables may replace USB-A in the next batch of iPhones. The price drop means that the Lightning-to-USB-C cable now costs the same as the standard Lightning-to-USB-A cable.was a hefty price to ask. Now, at $19 (or
Currently, every new iPhone includes a Lightning-to-USB-A cable in the box for charging and connecting to your computer. But theand can . Not to mention, Apple only uses USB-C ports in its and laptops.
Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
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