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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Mjmar, Sep 13, 2012.
Still unsure of this after watching the keynote.
Pretty sure its just USB 2.0.
Unfortunately it isn't, which would have been nice because the new Macs have USB 3.
Would have been fantastic if the new iPhone wouldn't work with any mac desktops or any macs at all more than 3 months old. Actually I'm surprised Timmy didn't do that.
It'll be backwards compatible anyway, it would just be slower.
USB 3 is backwards compatible so it would have worked.
wtf, it isn't?!
Man, people will settle for anything from Apple
I would be synching wirelessly anyway. I don't feel the need to tether my phone to my MacBook.
It's not really a big deal, but it would have been nice to have with my new MBA
I don't know why they called it Lightning. No USB 3. No Thunderbolt. Nothing faster.
Thanks. Actually them I'm surprised it is just usb 2. 64 gig at 480mbps is kind of sluggish.
With iCloud and wifi sync, I suspect apple's only intention for the dock connector is charging, and media playing, which is doable with USB2 just fine.
Yes, USB3 would be nice. However it is a new chipset that few will actually use regularly.
Actually I just had my 4s 16-gig replaced under warranty, the "genius" recommended I backup and restore over iCloud....that was an agonizing couple of hours over the apple store net connection.
Even at it's best the iPhone 5 wi-fi speed will be 1/4th as fast as usb 2, and my wi-fi never beats 10% of theoretical (I live in a very densely populated area).
I guess it doesn't really matter since USB2 is not a deal-breaker for me, but the dinky screen is.
true, but the point is that if you leave wifi/icloud sync ON - you're not trying to do a full 16/32/64gb backup when you hit "go" (or plug in the cable").
it will silently run in the background while you do other stuff.
You turn on wifi sync/icloud sync and forget about it.
That's the "apple way" (user has to do nothing) - plugging cables in and manually syncing has knobs on it.
I'm not saying that suits everyone. But it's the vision apple have for most of their devices.
It's USB 2.0S