Apple MFI certified lightning cable £1.98 @ Sold by eQbit and Fulfilled by Amazon.( add on item ) - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
289Expired

Apple MFI certified lightning cable £1.98 @ Sold by eQbit and Fulfilled by Amazon.( add on item )

£1.98 @ Amazon
As above. MFI certified - they don't get much cheaper. Add on item so maybe useful if your buying over £20 Features Apple MFi Certified - Apple certified for eqbit Ensure 100% compatibili… Read More
pennyfarthing88 Avatar
10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago
As above.

MFI certified - they don't get much cheaper.

Add on item so maybe useful if your buying over £20

Features

Apple MFi Certified - Apple certified for eqbit Ensure 100% compatibility with any Lightning device.

Perfect Compatibility - Works with Apple iPhone 6 / 6s /6 Plus /6s Plus/ 5 / 5C / 5S, iPad Air,iPad Air 2, iPad Pro, iPad mini, iPod Nano 7th Generation. 3.28feet(1.0 meter). 100% compatible, no warning message.

Superior Quality - Designed to fit into virtually all cases, enjoy lightning-fast data transfer, syncing, and charging

Outstanding Durability - Original 8 Pin connector with a 4200+ bend lifespan, Reversible design, Ultra compact, light-weight and easily coiled

A Cable You Can Count On - Sync and charge with speed. Whether you need to transfer data or charge the battery
More From Amazon:

All Comments

(30) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
2 Likes #1
Nice find PF ( in first ) heat added :)
3 Likes #2
Thanks Penny

http://i.imgur.com/7v2uTdI.gif
2 Likes #3
Mfi is dead now I believe. Some reviews saying this stops working after some time. I assume only Apple make ones that seem to actually work?
2 Likes #4
sledwich
Mfi is dead now I believe. Some reviews saying this stops working after some time. I assume only Apple make ones that seem to actually work?

Anker cables are very good from amazon
#5
Not sure why anyone would wager using a £2 cable surging up to 12 Watts to their £500~£1200 device, MFi certified or not, but heat added anyway.
4 Likes #6
sledwich
Mfi is dead now I believe. Some reviews saying this stops working after some time. I assume only Apple make ones that seem to actually work?

It's refreshing to see so many negative (I assume honest in this case) "I received this item at a discount in exchange for my honest review" reviews on Amazon.

Also, eQbit are not on the Apple Certification list, although I understand it's an opt-in system, but why a company who's gone through the vetting procedure wouldn't opt-in is a little strange.

Authorized MFi Manufacturing Licensees

You need to tick an NDA for the above X)

Identify counterfeit/uncertified cables

Edited By: topss on Sep 14, 2016 10:26
#7
FirePhantom
Not sure why anyone would wager using a £2 cable surging up to 12 Watts to their £500~£1200 device, MFi certified or not, but heat added anyway.


Not sure any cable, certified, genuine apple or other will stop or induce surging to your device. The charger is far more critical in this respect.

+1 for anker cables though, all 3 we use still work perfectly.
#8
MFI Certified = $$ back hander for Apple.
2 Likes #9
sledwich
Mfi is dead now I believe. Some reviews saying this stops working after some time. I assume only Apple make ones that seem to actually work?

It's definitely 100% not dead.

But I'd be absolutely astonished if this was legit, the MFI license itself costs more than this cable and lightning cables are going into their usual September constraint so there's very little legit stock out there that needs to be cleared.
1 Like #10
Does "MFI certified" make anyone hate Apple even more? Vile company.
1 Like #11
To end world poverty it's estimated to cost $175bn, Apple is projected to be worth $1tn.

Greedy greedy company.
#12
OrribleHarry
To end world poverty it's estimated to cost $175bn, Apple is projected to be worth $1tn.

Greedy greedy company.



Oh give it a rest Harry and stop being Orrible X)
2 Likes #13
delboyd
Does "MFI certified" make anyone hate Apple even more? Vile company.

If you choose to make proprietary cabling/other equipment surely it is best to have a certification programme to ensure that consumers know that what they are purchasing is guaranteed to work?

Further, if others want to use your intellectual property (i.e. in this case, the design of the Lightning interface) in order to profit, is it not fair that Apple, as the creator and owner of that IP, should also stand to benefit?
1 Like #14
stick with Anker
1 Like #15
Mfi will not protect your iPhone from suffering power ic damage.
#16
Can anyone print Apple certified, is there a test for fake Claim?
#17
delboyd
Does "MFI certified" make anyone hate Apple even more? Vile company.
Nothing wrong with Apple, it is the British born accountants, tax engineers, management consultants and lawyers who made a dream come true.
#18
OrribleHarry
To end world poverty it's estimated to cost $175bn, Apple is projected to be worth $1tn.
Greedy greedy company.
The figure is actually closer to £10 billion, or dollars, the main thing needed is clean water, and jobs.
#19
pennyfarthing88
OrribleHarry
To end world poverty it's estimated to cost $175bn, Apple is projected to be worth $1tn.
Greedy greedy company.
Oh give it a rest Harry and stop being Orrible X)

Nothing "Orrible" about wanting to end world poverty.....
Besides that would involve changing my name.
#20
xeroc
delboyd
Does "MFI certified" make anyone hate Apple even more? Vile company.
If you choose to make proprietary cabling/other equipment surely it is best to have a certification programme to ensure that consumers know that what they are purchasing is guaranteed to work?

Further, if others want to use your intellectual property (i.e. in this case, the design of the Lightning interface) in order to profit, is it not fair that Apple, as the creator and owner of that IP, should also stand to benefit?

This so called "intellectual property" you are referring to was created entirely to earn money from gullible people.

I take you don't care about how "fair" the world is as long as your cable works?
#21
Sold out
1 Like #22
OrribleHarry
This so called "intellectual property" you are referring to was created entirely to earn money from gullible people. I take you don't care about how "fair" the world is as long as your cable works?


You've described the state of pretty much any and all intellectual property that has ever existed: it is created to appeal to a market in the hope that they will buy it. This applies to music, books, films, etc., as much as it does to tech gadgets (e.g. Lightning cables). The products work as advertised; it's not like Apple is being fraudulent! They clearly advertise the product, what it does, and how much it costs! If people choose to part with their money in that way, then they are free to do so!

I think you just disagree with capitalism generally, which is fine. It's also fine to use Apple as an example of capitalism 'gone mad'. But, let's not forget that the same ethos applies to more or less every single multinational company in existence. How many 'ethical' and 'fair' multinational companies have you come across in this country? Answer: none, because directors' duties, enshrined in legislation, pretty much demand that they manage in this way (it's called shareholder primacy).
2 Likes #23
xeroc
You've described the state of pretty much any and all intellectual property that has ever existed: it is created to appeal to a market in the hope that they will buy it. This applies to music, books, films, etc., as much as it does to tech gadgets (e.g. Lightning cables). The products work as advertised; it's not like Apple is being fraudulent! They clearly advertise the product, what it does, and how much it costs! If people choose to part with their money in that way, then they are free to do so!I think you just disagree with capitalism generally, which is fine. It's also fine to use Apple as an example of capitalism 'gone mad'. But, let's not forget that the same ethos applies to more or less every single multinational company in existence. How many 'ethical' and 'fair' multinational companies have you come across in this country? Answer: none, because directors' duties, enshrined in legislation, pretty much demand that they manage in this way (it's called shareholder primacy).


I do support capitalism but only to the point where jobs are created and a fair and just profit is made, beyond that is just greed.

You're also missing the point, this technology was created as a deliberate act to crush competition by forcing them to gain certification for anything they manufacture, this is both inflating prices for you the consumer and denying smaller companies a slice of the cake. To then go on and evade tax by such enormous proportions is unethical.

As long as people like yourself continue to support such practices then the world will never change.
#24
OrribleHarry
xeroc
OrribleHarry
xeroc
delboyd
Does "MFI certified" make anyone hate Apple even more? Vile company.
If you choose to make proprietary cabling/other equipment surely it is best to have a certification programme to ensure that consumers know that what they are purchasing is guaranteed to work?
Further, if others want to use your intellectual property (i.e. in this case, the design of the Lightning interface) in order to profit, is it not fair that Apple, as the creator and owner of that IP, should also stand to benefit?
This so called "intellectual property" you are referring to was created entirely to earn money from gullible people.
I take you don't care about how "fair" the world is as long as your cable works?
You've described the state of pretty much any and all intellectual property that has ever existed: it is created to appeal to a market in the hope that they will buy it. This applies to music, books, films, etc., as much as it does to tech gadgets (e.g. Lightning cables). The products work as advertised; it's not like Apple is being fraudulent! They clearly advertise the product, what it does, and how much it costs! If people choose to part with their money in that way, then they are free to do so!
I think you just disagree with capitalism generally, which is fine. It's also fine to use Apple as an example of capitalism 'gone mad'. But, let's not forget that the same ethos applies to more or less every single multinational company in existence. How many 'ethical' and 'fair' multinational companies have you come across in this country? Answer: none, because directors' duties, enshrined in legislation, pretty much demand that they manage in this way (it's called shareholder primacy).
I do support capitalism but only to the point where jobs are created and a fair and just profit is made, beyond that is just greed.
You're also missing the point, this technology was created as a deliberate act to crush competition by forcing them to gain certification for anything they manufacture, this is both inflating prices for you the consumer and denying smaller companies a slice of the cake. To then go on and evade tax by such enormous proportions is unethical.
As long as people like yourself continue to support such practices then the world will never change.

Saved me some typing, basically exactly what I meant above.
#25
Has anyone yet found an iPhone cable that is long lasting?

I've tried various ones, after a few weeks/months they either keep disconnecting & connecting over and over or say the cable not recognised thing.
#26
You'd be better off buying a nylon braided type certified MFI' some of the comments on this thread are comedy gold suggesting MFI is finished - utter nonsense.
Something like this buts it's an add on item if you don't want add on you can get good ones for a couple of pounds more from Amazon

[Apple MFi Certified] LP Lightning Cable (3.3 Feet / 1M) Nylon Braided Lightning to USB Cable Charger & Sync with Aluminum Charger Connector for iPhone 6S Plus 6 Plus SE 5S 5C 5, iPad 2 3 4 Mini, iPad Pro,
iPad Air, iPod Touch and More (Gold) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B012VPWPGI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_O2w3xb9RYQ2HA
#27
chuckieegg1
Has anyone yet found an iPhone cable that is long lasting?

I've tried various ones, after a few weeks/months they either keep disconnecting & connecting over and over or say the cable not recognised thing.


See above
#28
pennyfarthing88
chuckieegg1
Has anyone yet found an iPhone cable that is long lasting?
I've tried various ones, after a few weeks/months they either keep disconnecting & connecting over and over or say the cable not recognised thing.
See above
Thanks. I bought this one from Sainsburys, but it started playing up after a few weeks.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Belkin-Lightning-Aluminium-Connector-Approved/dp/B00KHPD5HS

Is this the same thing you mean?

Also tried this one.. Same thing.

http://www.juice.co.uk/pages/product/juice-apple-lightning-charge-and-sync-cable/apple-blue?gclid=CNXxl6njmM8CFbYW0woduYQE4A
#29
Bought one of these from sainsburys for £20. Says on the box ' lifetime guarantee '.
So hopefully if it starts playing up I can get it replaced.

https://griffintechnology.com/intl/premium-braided-lightning-cable-5ft

Edited By: chuckieegg1 on Sep 20, 2016 16:00
#30
chuckieegg1
Bought one of these from sainsburys for £20. Says on the box ' lifetime guarantee '.
So hopefully if it starts playing up I can get it replaced.

https://griffintechnology.com/intl/premium-braided-lightning-cable-5ft


Wow for £20 smackers I'd expect it to last a lifetime :D

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!