Why does the MFI Certified Lightning Cable so expensive? Lightning cable Wholesale

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MFI certified cable of Apple that uses C48 certfied chip.The MFi certified data cable has Apple’s strict control process,which is safer to use,perfectly compatible with Apple mobile phones,tablets and other devices,and will not damage Apple devices. Why does the MFI Certified Lightning Cable so expensive? Lightning cable Wholesale

Apple MFi Certified Lightning to USB C cable guarantees compatibility and safe charging with your iPhone and iPad

MFI Certified USB to Lightning Cable must use original IC from Apple authorized distributors,only Avnet and Arrow are the Apple authorized distributors now.

In the previous article we know that MFI Certified USB to Lightning Cable uses C89 Connector,MFI Certified USB C to Lightning Cable uses C94 Connector.The prices of C89 and C94 connectors on

Avnet is 2.544 USD.Delivery time is 13 weeks,or if you want fast delivery like 1 week,the price is 2.84 USD.The price is set by Apple,it is not negotiable,even you order 1 million orders.And we have to make full payment to them in advance,then we will able to receive the shipment 13 weeks later,moreover,the price terms is EXW Hongkong,most of the factories are in China mainland,so we have to import IC from Hongkong,the added tax value is 13%,including the shipping cost,the cost for an IC C89/C94 we get is 2.9USD.

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2.The wires for MFI Certified USB to Lightning Cable must have inner braided,aluminum foil,usually 1m cable uses 24*28 wire gauge,2m cable uses 22*28 wire gauge.3m cable uses 18*28 wire gauge.Today we take 1m cable as an example,1m cable tpe cable costs about 0.2 USD.Connect your iPhone or iPad with Lightning connector to your Macbook Pro that only has USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 for seamless file transfer with this USBC to Lightning Cable

3.The production process of MFI certified cable is also different from normal cable,Both sides of the lightning connector must be encapsulated to protect it from liquid ingress and damage,then shield laser welding.All the cables have to be tested 4 times at least during the mass production to reduce the defective rate.The production process costs about 0.4 USD

4.Other materials like USB Connector,TPE,the defective loss is about 0.15 USD.

All the cost above is 3.65 USD.As a factory,we also have to pay rent,electricity,water,and other cost,the factory also have to make some profit to keep the factory survive.All aspects of the performance and indicators of the mfi data line have reached the standards of Apple devices,and the transmission rate and performance are very stable.There will be no pop-up windows and warnings when using the Apple system.Thanks to the strict standards of Apple’s MFi certification,MFi-certified data cables are very good in workmanship and material quality.

The brand of Apphone data cable has always been good.I believe that users who use Apple mobile phones are very familiar with it.After all,Apple does not come with a charger set,so they need to buy it separately.After sales service is very good.

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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