Imagine devices of the future without connectors and wires

Place your order at the workplace, and you will definitely see a huge number of wires. Cables for power supply, chargers, USB cables, cables to connect different devices to different devices. All they needed, all they get confused, take place, break and violate the beauty of the modern world. But as you can see, everything goes to the fact that we refused them.

Apple is a company that likes to give up what we don’t need. Thanks to Apple we have abandoned the CD drives, and I think the next step is the waiver wire. 12-inch MacBook is only one connector. It is used for charging and for connecting various devices. Of course, there is 3.5 mm Jack. From it Apple has not had time to refuse, but may do so very soon, releasing the next model of iPhone.

Mobile devices run on battery power. Smartphones, tablets, and laptops do not require a network connection to work, but from time to time they need charging. It seems that the need to charge the device is the only thing that prevents Apple from making the smartphone or computer without connectors and without wires. You can be sure that Apple wants to do it.

Today there is a wireless charging technology, which is constantly being improved and becoming more popular. Unfortunately, iPhone does not support it, and yet it is not sufficiently widespread. However, enough Apple to release the iPhone with support for wireless charging, as this technology will be actively used manufacturers of accessories, furniture, cars and many others. Already, some manufacturers use a technology called Qi, but the rest needed a push from Apple.

Of course, the waiver wire is associated with the emergence of various problems. With them today are already owners of a 12-inch MacBook. However, they are not afraid of Apple, and the company is shown. Recently the above mentioned laptop received the update, and the company has not increased the number of connectors. I want to believe that in the future their number will only decrease.

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! Iā€™m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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