Mac Sources Product Review
I know I am not alone in the desire for USB-A to go the way of the floppy disk.  When the MacBook Pro and iPad Pro traded up for the superior USB-C standard, I excitedly hoped the iPhone and AirPods/AirPods Pro would soon follow suit.  Unfortunately, they have not yet made the transition.  Thus, many of us must carry a USB-A to USB-micro, USB-A to Lightning, USB-A to USB-C, and USB-C to USB-C cables.  When I travel for work or leisure, I carry a pair of each of those cables and at least one of the plethora of dongles within my BUBM organizer.  As I prepared for Scout Camp with my son, I packed a few new cables from KickPOWER to keep my tech at the ready. To learn more: