Tech Deals: $100 Savings On iPhone X, $12 6ft Lightning Cable, 30% Off PS4 Controller, More

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Once again, in the interest of getting you the best possible deals, we have another list of wonderful tech deals available for you to peruse. Take a look through what’s on offer, take note of any promotional or discount codes, and get that purchase made as quickly as possible.

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Electron Flow MFi-Certified Lightning Cable Review

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Charging cables are usually an afterthought when it comes to our charging needs — a necessity, but something that’s overlooked in favor of a flashier battery or maybe even newer technology, like a wireless charging pad (for all you owners of the latest and greatest iPhone model). That is, until the standard cord you have […]
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9to5Rewards: Last week to get 30% off Caseco iPhone cases, Lightning cables, car mounts & more

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Our sponsor Caseco is giving 9to5 readers 30% off its selection of iPhone accessories all month including its selection of iPhone cases, Lightning cables, car mounts, and much more. Use promo code 9to5Mac30off .

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ElevationLab’s ultra compact CordDock for iPhone has a detachable MFi Lightning cable

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Elevation Lab today unveiled CordDock, a curious $ 39 accessory which combines all the benefits of a dock, with the flexibility of a cord, in one ultra-compact design…. Read the rest of this post here


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Ditch All Your Cords For The 3-in-1 USB-C, Lightning, and microUSB Cable [Deals Hub]

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iPhones and other smart devices like tablets are the best way to keep connected whenever you are the go and wherever you go. Making sure all your devices have a charge is the only way to use them. You probably find yourself carrying a bundle of wires, with one charging cord specific to one device. Reduce the cords that you lug around with the 3-in-1 USB-C, Lightning, and microUSB Cables which would be perfect for your devices. It’s on sale now in the iPhoneHacks Deals Hub.  Continue reading
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Tech Deals: $30 Off Apple TV 4K, 15% Off Official iPhone Lightning Dock, $329 128GB iPhone 7, Surface Mouse, More

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Deals, deals, and just for good measure, some more deals. That’s how our daily technology deals work. We recognize that not everyone is happy to, or indeed can pay full price for excellent technology and technology-focused accessories, which is why we continuously have a collection of deals designed to let you shop without spending too much of that hard earned money. Enjoy!

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MFi makers can now build accessories that integrate USB-C ports & Lightning to 3.5mm out

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Apple a few days ago updated its “Made for iOS” (MFi) branding and now we’re learning that the company also added refreshed new specifications for implementing USB-C ports and a Lightning to 3.5mm output cable on MFi accessories…. Read the rest of this post here


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Apple is letting companies make 3.5mm to Lightning cables now

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Apple has updated the specs for its MFi accessories program (which also got a snazzy new logo over the weekend), letting companies now put USB-C ports on licensed devices, as well as create 3.5mm to Lightning cables for the first time, as reported by 9to5Mac.

They’re useful additions for Apple product users, especially as the company switches more towards using USB-C — at least on its laptops. Now third-party companies building things like controllers, battery packs, and speakers can use USB-C charging while still keeping Apple’s stamp of approval.

But Apple is still frustratingly limiting the specification: unlike Lightning ports, which are also part of the MFi spec for accessories, USB-C ports can’t be used for pass-through charging…

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Review: LXORY’s Dual Wireless Charger is an affordable and versatile option with USB-C and Lightning input

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We covered the release of the LXORY Dual Wireless Charging Pad back in January. The new charger offers three input options — including USB-C and Lightning — and an affordable price tag. Now, we’ve had a chance to use the new wireless charger for several weeks, read on for our full review.

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Lightning in Australia barbecues six live cows

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Lightning during a recent thunderstorm appears to have killed six cows in Queensland, Australia last week, the Beaudesert Times reports. The cows were discovered days after the storm — dead and bloated, lined up against a metal fence. The bizarre incident is a reminder that while lightning strikes may be rare, they’re also deadly — particularly for big animals like cows.

The ranch owner’s son, Derek Shirley, discovered the four cows and two calves when he surveyed the property after the storm. The cows had been dead for enough time to have puffed up and rolled onto their sides with their legs in the air. But none had any marks on them, Shirley told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

The timing made lightning a likely suspect….

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