Apple Really Doesn’t Want The iPhone to Share Cables with Androids
If you thought the banter iPhone users have against Android phones is misplaced, think again. This seemingly unfounded despise for Android phone apparently stems from the maker of the world’s best-selling smartphone, Apple.
In a recent discovery, Apple is believed to be working on a completely portless iPhone. How portless will it be? Well, they won’t even include a charging port.
While this may sound innovative, I consider this a bad bad idea. Why on earth would you make a phone that you cannot charge and use at the same time? Or one that can only be charged if it is placed at a particular position.
Turns out it is easy to force your customers to unnecessary trouble if it means the most esteemed smartphones on this universe doesn’t get to share the same charging cable with 80% of all other phones in the world.
Yup, Apple’s quest to build a portless iPhone is driven by the FEAR of sharing a USB-C cable with an Android port!
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