Just since Apple declines to make the switch to USB-C on its phones does not suggest all users are left despaired. Get In Ken Pillonel – a Master’s degree trainee of robotics at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) who solitarily transformed a routine Lightning-equipped iPhone X into the very first Apple smart device with a USB-C port. He did so after a couple of months of work and just recently shared the last working item in a YouTube Shorts video on his channel.
The video reveals the phone with its customized charging port which handles to acknowledge a MacBook USB-C battery charger as a source of power and likewise manages information transfer when linked to the laptop computer. The magnificent task needed reverse-engineering Apple’s C94 port which enabled Pillonel to produce a customized PCB with a female USB-C port.
The preliminary principle was too big to fit inside the phone and needed months of playing up until the part had the ability to fit inside the iPhone enclosure and work correctly. A complete video detailing the procedure remains in the works and will be published on YouTube.