I wonder if the soldered lightning bolt 2.0 connector to the logic board might prove to be a failing point on the device with repeated use?
I hate points on devices that are constantly used but not designed for strength or longevity, its like the old hinges on laptops that used to split through the laptop casing and wreck the device after repeated opening and closing of the laptops lid (as it was designed to be used...).
I would be pretty peeved if suddenly my device wouldn't charge or connect simply because the soldering or pins broke from inserting and removing the lightning bolt connector, wish they would create a nifty charger like their macbooks have..
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