Don't get caught with counterfeit cables

Posted on July 23, 2013 by KVMG-CMS   |  0 comments

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Back in June, Apple announced iOS 7, which features a new interface with an all-new look and feel.

The new system will be available to the public in the Fall for the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, the iPad 2, iPad third and fourth generation, the iPad mini and the iPod touch fifth generation.

Some lucky reporters who got a chance to preview iOS7, are reporting that when they try to use third party Lightning cables, a message pops up warning them that the cable will be unreliable or not work at all.

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Apple's new iOS 7 discourages you from using uncertified cables.

It looks as though Apple is trying to discourage manufacturers from making cables without their consent, so beware of counterfeit cables.

KVMGalore Lightning to USB cables fromKanex are Apple-certified, which means they are made specifically to fit with your iPhone, iPad and iPod so you can expect quality performance and reliability.

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