Apple modifies guidelines on Lightning connector



Yesterday, we  wrote about the news that the Kickstarter project POP was forced to stop because Apple does not allow accessories to the new Lightning connector and the old 30-pin connector. Meanwhile that decision is reversed: Apple has changed the rules, allowing accessory makers. It only applies to accessory makers participating in the Made For iPhone (MFI) program; Chinese manufacturers of counterfeit goods are still outlawed.

CNET heard from Apple spokesman Tom Neumayr:

Our technical specs bieden clear pointers for growing equipment and they’re to be had to MFi licensees totally free. We strengthen equipment and Lightning That Combine USB connectors, however there have been technical considerations That avoided equipment from integra ting 30-pin connectors and Lightning so our pointers didn’t permit this.

The rules have in view that been modified so now equipment are conceivable with each connectors work. The query is whether or not the PDP continues to be going to be fact. The creator of the Kickstarter undertaking has already taken steps to position in movement the buyers to repay. He does on the other hand now not via Kickstarter, however via a aggressive crowd funding carrier.

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