The engineer who installed the USB-C port on the iPhone has now put Lightning on a Galaxy

He really did it, for fun.

Kenny Pillonel, an engineer who installs a USB-C connector into the iPhone X and whose project has traveled the world nicely, has now sniffed the Lightning connector that Apple has used since the iPhone 5 on a mobile phone that uses a basic USB-C. The victim is the Galaxy A51, and the end result can be used for a single charge and data transfer.

The video was sharpened on April 1st, but it is Pillonel Engadgetnek he said it is not a scam, the project is real. The engineer’s only goal was to show for fun the thing is possible, even if he switched to a worse connector. He will post a detailed video on YouTube about the design and installation process, he promises. He said installing the Lightning port on the Galaxy mobile was much easier than USB-C on the iPhone, and since Apple’s cables are only willing to work with Apple devices, it was a challenge to make the Galaxy A51 an iPhone.


Source: Hírek és cikkek – Mobilarena by mobilarena.hu.

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