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Future iPhones Might Not Have Any Ports At All

While the first iPhone in 2007 incorporated a 30-pin charging/syncing port, the component has decreased in size due to the advances in tech and as a result, the current input is the miniature lightning port that first appeared on the iPhone 5 in 2012. Now five years later, Apple is upgrading the iPhone with more […]
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