Is tis true? Or a good photoshop?
I can tell by the pixels
that's a meme zoomer
The "Android" bit gives it away.
I've seen a lot of shoops in my days, that looks legit
It's Photoshop I work at Adobe
Its true. I'm Tim Apple.
>can't even properly detect a Nintendo USB-C cable
WTF. I thought Apple was supposed to be good?
I can teste the webp compression
>implying Apple has ever had a problem with people using 3rd party cables
Why is LULZ so obsessed with Apple yet so utterly clueless about their products?
Third party cables are fine, as long as they paid the thunderbolt™ royalty fees.
Why would apple forbid other to make cables for their devices, if they can make money with them?
Not true I got my mum a headphone adapter for her iPhone on Amazon and it says it's not supported and doesn't work
I've done Photoshops like these in the past. Lowering the quality of the JPEG compression is a trick I'd often use to get the modifications to blend in more with the surrounding picture.
kek i also did that as well, sometimes i downscaled and upscaled the picture
If it is then its the dumbest shit ever even for apple, the EU is gonna hang them by the balls for this.
iunno my m1 mbp works just fine with my GP27U with god-knows-what USB-C cable
why would Apple make special USB-C cables for iPhones specifically
I can confirm.
I just tried this with my iPhone 15 Pro Max.
>You can connect your iPhone to your iPad, Mac, and other computers to transfer data, like your photos and videos, using a USB-C cable compliant with the USB-C standard, such as the cable that comes with your iPhone. These cables are widely available from Apple and other manufacturers.
there isn't even a Made For iPhone spec for USB C.
one funny thing is the cable that comes with the iPhone is only USB 2 compatible, even for the 15 Pro which supports USB 3 data transfer speeds.
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