Currently, there are 101 million people using iPhones in the United States alone. Every minute, there are an average of 395 of these phones being sold. Thus far, Apple has released 9 generations of iPhones, and as of 2015, they are considered to the the second largest smartphone vendor in the world.
Apple also sold quite a few iPads during 2015. Almost 50 million, to be more exact. This generated $21.33 billion in revenue, which comprised roughly 9% of Apple’s total revenue throughout the world.
In order to keep all those smartphones and iPads charged, quite a few Ethernet and cell phone cables are needed. Many iPhone and iPad owners choose to purchase e
If you have a television in your home, which you most likely do, you probably also have a tangled braid of colored cables cascading down the back of it. Whether you put all of those cables in yourself, or had someone come in and do it for you, you may not even know what half of them do! But if you’re not tech savvy, or you just want to learn the basics in case something goes wrong, it’s not the long and arduous task that some people make it out to be.
With more and more people consuming media through computers and phones, the need for cables to transfer images to larger screens has become necessary. It’s for this reason that high definition multimedia interface and digital video interface equipment(HDMI DVI cables) has become a major innovation in visual technology. HDMI DVI cables allow images and vid