Monday, 2 October 2017

After Apple and "Made for iPhone", Google would plan on a "Made for Google" program

  • Apple has a program that has been around for several years now. It is called "Made for iPhone" and is intended for accessories. It is a label that ensures users that accessories created by third-party companies are certified for devices such as the iPhone and sometimes carry chips provided by Apple. This is particularly the case for Lightning cables.
  • Google would like to have a similar program. According to information from 9to5Google, a "Made for Google" program is in preparation and could be unveiled soon to the public. The group is holding a conference this Wednesday, it will unveil its smartphones including Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. He could take the opportunity to discuss this program with probably certified accessories, like "Made for iPhone". You can imagine chargers, battery covers, docks and more that have been certified to work with the new Pixels.
  • The Apple program can be viewed on its website at this address. Documentation, help, tools and dedicated components are available. In the case of Google, no precise information is known at the moment, but we imagine that the group will tell us more soon.
  • For those who do not know, Pixels are high-end smartphones that compete with Apple's iPhone (latest components, high prices). The first models were not sold in France, but the new generation should be offered knowing that Google Assistant has been in French for a few months.
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