iPhone charger cable is MFi certified. Strict testing ensures complete protection for you and your devices while using integrated circuit protection and maximum reinforcement to ensure internal wiring is guarded and that your devices are charged fast and safely. A USB-C-to-Lightning cable comes with newer iPhone models, and it is a convenient piece of tech to have. It’s worth having a couple on hand. Wholesale USB-C-to-Lightning cable for apple Apphone best
The lightning cable Apple includes with the iPhone doesn’t support fast charging and transfers data at USB 2.0 speeds. If you want to save a few bucks going third-party, be sure to look for the Apple stamp of approval: the MFi certification badge. MFi stands for “”made for iPhone/iPad/iPod.”” I’d never buy a cable without that badge, as an uncertified cable could potentially damage your device.
The universal USB 2.0 connector works with standard USB outlets and devices. As the USB-C needs to handle fast charging, it features more protection precautions. A 3A (USB-C) cable has a higher specification on internal resistance than the 2.4A (Lightning) cable.
USB-C, like Lightning, but unlike its predecessor microUSB, can be plugged in either direction. USB-C and Lightning are not interchangeable as they are entirely different pin-outs, protocols and connectors. Although there were reports that the newer model of the Lightning connector supports a USB 3.0 host, you can only find it on some iPads.
Each cable is made using high-quality materials and the latest technology to ensure high-performance battery charging and data transmission while keeping your device completely safe.
iPhone charging cables are all in the category of “”consumables””. This Lightning data cable from Apphone has a built-in self-adaptive chip to meet the charging and data transmission needs of various iPhone/iPad models.