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Engineer Creates World’s First Android Phone with a Lightning Port

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The robotics engineer who shot to fame last year for transplanting a USB-C connector into an iPhone is in the news again. Ken Pillonel has now taken Apple’s proprietary Lightning connector and installed it in an Android smartphone after requisite […]

The robotics engineer who shot to fame last year for transplanting a USB-C connector into an iPhone is in the news again. Ken Pillonel has now taken Apple’s proprietary Lightning connector and installed it in an Android smartphone after requisite modifications. In case you’re wondering, the revelation intentionally coincides with April Fools Day, but this is not a joke. Continue reading Source

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