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Fast Charge Your iPhone- Apphone Lightning Cable Compatible iPhone 14

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Best Lightning Cables, Lightning to USB Cable lets you charge and sync your iPhone, iPad, or iPod to your Mac or Windows PC. Get fast, free shipping when you shop online. Fast Charge Your iPhone– Apphone Lightning Cable Compatible iPhone 14

If you’re plugging your iPhone in regularly but getting low-battery warnings when you shouldn’t, consider the possibility that something is preventing your iPhone from charging successfully while plugged in. USB-C supports high data transfer rates. But when it comes to the lightning connector at the opposite end, the scenario is different. It can offer a data transfer rate of up to 480Mbps. It is still enough to transfer the huge files within minutes. The same scenario is true for USB-A to lightning ports. It also supports 480Mbps.

More specifically, it has the same data transfer rate as USB 2.0 and prior to the iPhone 8, could only charge at 5V 1A (5W). However, when Apple introduced support for USB Power Delivery (PD) in the iPhone 8, it greatly expanded the iPhones charging capabilities. USB PD expands power capabilities up to 100W by opening up support beyond 5V, all the way to 20V, in fact. In short, these higher power rates need to be negotiated between the host (phone) and charger so both must support the USB PD protocol.

The USB-C to lightning cable has a USB type C connector at one end while lightning connector at the other end. Lightweight and without tangled cables. You can take it with you wherever you want. Our cable is the optimal choice for charging your iPhone. Highly pure and thicker copper wires ensure faster and more stable charging, which has a positive effect on the battery life of the mobile iPhone.

You can use any of the adapters listed below (make sure it comply with applicable safety standards) to charge your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or iPod, AirPods, AirPod Pro, Magic Mouse, and keyboard, Apple TV remote, and more with Lightning connector. Choosing a suitable charging cable for the phone from a charging cable supplier is tricky, but some research may help.

Picture this: You’re sitting at your desk, engrossed in a project, and suddenly you trip over your laptop’s charging cable. In an instant, your laptop dropped to the floor, giving you a sinking feeling in your stomach. This unfortunate situation was all too common for MacBook users, until Apple introduced a revolutionary solution – MagSafe cable.

MagSafe 2 and MagSafe 3.

MagSafe 1 charger debuted on the 2006 MacBook Pro with its magnetic attachment and easy detachment. The first ‌MagSafe‌ port has a square design with five holes that connects to the included port using a magnetic connection. The idea is that if the connector is pulled, it will detach quickly and smoothly without damaging the ‌MagSafe‌ connector or ripping the MacBook Pro off the table or desk. Since its release, it has been an instant hit with MacBook users.

MagSafe 1 cable


Initially, Apple used a T-shaped design that pulled the wires directly out of the machine, and MagSafe charging port later transitioned to an L-shaped design that placed the wires on the side of the computer. The T-shaped design was used from 2006 to 2009, while the L-shaped design was used from 2010 to 2012.

However, as technology advanced and laptops became thinner and lighter, Apple faced a challenge – how to adapt the sleek design of new devices while maintaining the convenience and security of MagSafe. About a decade later, USB-C gradually replaced Apple’s MagSafe. USB-C cables certainly have their advantages, but MacBook Pro owners have never forgotten about MagSafe.

MagSafe 2 cable

Miniaturization led Apple to launch MagSafe 2 in 2012. MagSafe 2 uses a thinner T-shaped connector, allowing Apple to create a slimmer MacBook. The new design fit the thinner Mac computers Apple released that year. While some users prefer the smaller form factor, the Apple ‌MagSafe‌2 connector is not compatible with the original ‌MagSafe‌ connector and requires an adapter.

Apple brought back the T-shaped design with the ‌MagSafe‌2 cable and stuck with it throughout the Apple ‌MagSafe‌’s lifecycle.

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