After crafting the first iPhone with USB-C, its creator now makes an Android with a Lightning port

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This may sound like an April's Fool's joke and a pointless exercise, but the creator of the first iPhone endowed with a USB-C port now made an Android with a Lightning port, though he agrees on the pointless part. 

Ken Pillonel (Kenny Pi)'s next marvel of engineering video was scheduled to be released on April 1 as a tongue-in-cheek reference to the project's futility, although he swears the port is real and working:

The engineer says that he will soon release a lengthier "making of" video tutorial on how he achieved plugging in a Lightning cable into a Galaxy A51 for both charging and data transfer.

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