O.MG Cable Privacy Threat
How do you charge your wireless devices?
While wireless charging is gaining popularity as a way to charge up our phones, the vast majority of people still use cables. If you’re an iPhone or iPad user, then your cable of choice is likely the Lightning Connector.
The Lightning Connector was Apple’s replacement for their longstanding 30-pin dock connect used on iPods, iPhones, and iPads until 2012. Making its debut on the iPhone 5, Lightning was a massive upgrade for Apple users looking to charge or sync their devices. It was usable in any orientation, much smaller than the old connector, and was much more durable. Today, if you own an Apple device, you probably have a ton of Lightning Cables lying around your home or office.
However, a recent innovation called The O.MG Cable is a privacy nightmare for those who own Apple devices.