Retailer: Apple Will Not Release Reversible USB cable, Buy ours instead

Reversible USB lightning cable rumors have been spreading the web for awhile, especially in the past few weeks. According to third-party retailer claims that Apple won't release a reversible USB lightning cable this year with the upcoming iPhone 6 on September 9, throwing a wrench in recent Apple rumors. says it works with an unnamed manufacturer Apple orders its Lightning cables through, and while the manufacturer has prototypes of the new technology, it has not been put into mass production like some have theorized.

Here's a piece from the report:
“We are informed by the Official Manufacturer of Apple that the new Reversible USB Cable will not be released together with upcoming iPhone 6,” writes on its website. “Apple fans will not be able to get the MFi version of this revolutionary cable from Apple this year but that is not the end of the story.”
Fortunately Moca has launched new campaign to raise money to launch its own version of the reversible USB Lightning cable based on leaks. 

A study released by The Guardian earlier this month found a reversible USB cable could save you time in life. It found that users miss the USB point roughly 60 percent of the time. The Guardian multiplied the total number of seconds potentially saved across the year – aka 4.5 seconds per user for the 365 days of the year – a double sided Lightning cable could save iPhone owners 147,825,000,000 seconds a year. Of course, the study was pretty unscientific.

The following picture claiming to show a redesigned USB power adapter that will ship with the iPhone 6 popped up on Weibo. It sports a curved look similar to the Australian iPhone charger currently on the market, but sports US power support instead. didn’t shed light on if the adapter is destined for release this year.

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