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34 minutes ago, Vinsk said:

But don’t the new phones require USB C? So if those old blocks aren’t C then they’re useless for new phones right?

Still Lightning.

All your old cables will work.

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  • 2 months later...

My wife and I got each other new iPhones for Christmas this year. She got the 12, and I got the 12 mini.

I’m impressed with the improved battery life on the 12 mini (vs my 6s). Playing 18 holes of golf using Arccos, I went from 100% down to 88%, with outdoor temp in the 40s, about 3 hrs 20 minutes.

On my 6s, that would have gone down to 50-60% (at best) with summer outdoor temps. Battery health on the 6s was about 90%, but I think it’s more than just the battery being new.

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