Making their technology even better, the parent body regarding USB cables has announced an upcoming change: the use of ultra-fast 10Gbps USB 3.1 standard into the next gen of slim devices, called the USB Type-C connector. It’ll be similar in size to existing USB 2.0 Micro-B connectors you see today in phones or cameras, while bringing USB 3.1 speeds, as well as being reversible like Apple’s Lightning ports, so you won’t have to worry about which which way you put it in. Other included features will be scaled charging and support for future standards, despite the fact it won’t be compatible with past iterations.
But, really: A reversible cable that can go in any way we want it to? Give it here, please.