I frequently use a Blackberry tethered to my computer for internet/network access. I have two cables that can be used. The wire of one (which I believe came with the Blackberry) is thinner than the other. It’s more convenient to use this one because it’s more flexible than the other, thicker, cable. But I’m wondering if the thickness of the other wire could make it transmit data faster or more efficiently.
I’m guessing this is not the case (and that the only advantage of a thicker wire is that it lasts longer). But I wonder if someone can confirm one way or the other.