Suppliers Expecting Quick Adoption Of USB Type-C Port In Smartphones And Laptops

Posted: Jul 31 2015, 11:59am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Suppliers Expecting Quick Adoption of USB Type-C Port In Smartphones and Laptops

Apple revealed the 12-inch MacBook in March. It is a super-thin, lightweight, incredibly versatile notebook with a Retina display.

Also for the first time included a solitary USB Type-C port in it. The consideration of the single port made much people anticipated for this distinction.

The single port is intended to handle both information and data exchange. Keeping in mind USB Type-C is a long way from omnipresent right now, suppliers are clearly preparing for that to be the situation sooner than later.

As indicated by a report from DigiTimes, suppliers in Taiwan including Etron Technology, ASMedia, and VIA Labs, are all trying to offer a USB Type-C port.

The report suggests that the manufacturers are expecting "across the board welcome" of the new port.

The selection of USB Type-C is positively picking up footing from different makers. It also includes Google and some Android cell phone producers.

Quickly after Apple divulged the 12-inch MacBook with its USB Type-C port, Google revealed the Chromebook Pixel 2.

It also supports couple of USB Type-C ports, OnePlus, also disclosed the OnePlus 2, which likewise highlights a USB Type-C port.

While the MacBook supports the USB Type-C port, it can also be imagined that other Apple members will also have this port in future.

Apple has generally used exclusive ports for its devices before. While USB Type-A is regular crosswise among the other phones, Apple is still bound to the Lightning port for a long while now.

Different reports also say that the “iPad Pro” will feature USB Type-C input. It will also support a new Bluetooth stylus accessory and Force Touch input. This news was revealed in May.

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