Wednesday, September 12, 2012

The 9-pin dock connector could be compatible with USB 3.0

One of the first rumors emerged about the new iPhone, which Apple will present in a few hours, was the new 9-pin dock connector that replaces the current 30-pin connector. In addition to small size, it is rumored the possibility of adding a connector MagSafe style of Apple laptops.

About the new Apple Dock connector

 El conector dock de 9 pines podrĂ­a ser compatible con USB 3.0

A recent rumor now suggests that the new dock connector could be compatible with USB 3.0. The idea has arisen precisely because of the number of pins that has the cable. The connector 9-pin Apple will, using the same USB 3.0 connections.

If so, would that speed could be achieved to transmit data between the computer and the new iPhone 5 could reach 5Gbps. Admittedly currently wired synchronization lost some value due to the possibilities of sync via WiFi and use of iCloud. However, if we want to move very large files, a wired connection is almost indispensable.

Finally, it is also true that while Apple has already surpassed the speed of USB 3.0 with its Thunderbolt port, but the problem is that this port requires an Intel chip to run, which Apple mobile devices do not have. In addition, the Thunderbolt port uses 20 pins.

Important Reminder

It's official, the new iPhone 5 will be introduced by Apple on 12 September at 19.00 h (time of the Iberian Peninsula). If you want to follow the keynote live with us, you can do it from the following link:

Keynote iPhone 5

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