“Apple will soon allow hardware developers to manufacture additional Made for iPhone (MFi) certified adapters including USB-C to Lightning audio adapters, reports Japanese site Mac Otakara. Apple is said to have recently informed developers who participate in the MFi program about the change.
“MFi program members were informed of the changes in Apple’s “MFi Accessory Interface Specifications Release R31,” which specifies support for new adapter types compatible with iOS devices.
“As a result of the new specifications, additional third-party options for USB-C to Lightning audio adapters and Lightning-to-Ethernet cables are expected to appear on the market.”
MacDailyNews Take: Ding-dang-dongle…
Dongles what a joke
10-pound computers with every possible port… what a joke. I went through this when Steve Jobs eliminated the floppy drive and all the legacy ports on the iMac. Time marches on!
enough that I have to keep an inventory sheet to hook to all the devices.
Is it really that hard??
Geez remember back in the 80’s
We would have loved to have all the cool stuff out today.
Aren’t dongles dingleberries?