This is what the reversible USB cable looks like

The most abundant connector standard in technology, the Universal Serial Bus, is getting ready for its most revolutionary change yet with a new specification that will be finalized in July of this year. Breaking physical compatibility with current ports, USB Type-C is much smaller than the USB plugs you’re used to and — perhaps more importantly — physically symmetrical. That means you’ll be able to connect a Type-C cable without worrying about its orientation.

Intended to replace both USB and Micro USB cables with one universal standard, Type-C looks to be pretty much the same size as Apple’s proprietary Lightning cable, which has a similar reversible design.

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