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Topic # 108607 2-Sep-2012 21:29
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As per the title.

I cannot find any information about their 32-pin connector. Am I missing something?

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  Reply # 680584 2-Sep-2012 22:12
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When you find out let this guy know: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1079389?start=0&tstart=0



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  Reply # 680587 2-Sep-2012 22:41
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1eStar: When you find out let this guy know: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/1079389?start=0&tstart=0


haha.. That's where I got the question from!

By the way, do you know?




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 680598 2-Sep-2012 23:13
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The 32 pin has two more pins

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  Reply # 680601 2-Sep-2012 23:33
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Maybe it enables faster charging, 2.1 amp .

Not sure




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  Reply # 680630 3-Sep-2012 07:58
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Couldn't find anything on Wikipedia.. guessing more charge (ie faster charging) like Joutei said.




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  Reply # 680718 3-Sep-2012 10:35
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I think you will find the 32 pin is a unicorn. They use them to tether the loch ness monster.

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