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Anker USB C to Lightning Cable [3ft Apple MFi Certified] - £6.99 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker USB C to Lightning Cable [3ft Apple MFi Certified] - £6.99 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon

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I was looking for a decent quality usb c to lightning cable and came across this. Deal price is £9.99 but you need to apply £3 voucher.

  • Power Delivery: Use this cable with your USB-C Power Delivery charger (including Apple 18W 29W, 30W, 61W, or 87W USB-C Power Adapter) to charge your iOS device, and access fast-charging for iPhone 8, 8 Plus, X, XS, XR, XS Max, and later models.
  • Charge and Sync: Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod with Lightning connector to your USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) enabled Mac and iPad Pro to seamlessly sync & charge.
  • Ultimate Durability: Lasts 12× longer than other cables and proven to withstand over 12000 bends in strict laboratory tests.
  • MFi: MFi certification and strict quality testing ensure your Apple devices are charged safely, at their fastest possible speed..
  • A Cable for Life: We're so confident about Powerline II's long-lasting performance that we gave it a hassle-free, lifetime warranty.
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Good price, the only problem I found using fast charging on iPhone 11 with one of these cables and an 18W USB-C Charging Brick (Max input for fast charging on new iPhones) is that my Battery Health dropped to 99% in 3 weeks. And I immediately started using just one of the standard Power IQ Anker chargers that don't charge as fast but still quickly enough and the battery health has remained at 99% for the past 2 months. Feels like these kill batteries fast.
iEimis04/01/2020 17:35

Good price, the only problem I found using fast charging on iPhone 11 with …Good price, the only problem I found using fast charging on iPhone 11 with one of these cables and an 18W USB-C Charging Brick (Max input for fast charging on new iPhones) is that my Battery Health dropped to 99% in 3 weeks. And I immediately started using just one of the standard Power IQ Anker chargers that don't charge as fast but still quickly enough and the battery health has remained at 99% for the past 2 months. Feels like these kill batteries fast.


Thank you so much for saying this!! Honestly. People here mad about fast charging. I don’t know why, but to be honest I don’t really care, it’s just annoying when they cry about a product not capable to fast charge. F that. Thanks again. You’re my man.
johnszi2304/01/2020 18:28

Thank you so much for saying this!! Honestly. People here mad about fast …Thank you so much for saying this!! Honestly. People here mad about fast charging. I don’t know why, but to be honest I don’t really care, it’s just annoying when they cry about a product not capable to fast charge. F that. Thanks again. You’re my man.


No worries To be honest a standard Anker brick, not the one supplied by Apple still charges my phone in about 2 hours as I never let it drop too low. Been charging between 20% - 90% and as I said the battery health still hasn’t dropped to 98% in the past 2 months. Just wish I never touched the fast charging as my phone used to be ridiculously hot as well. Straight way to kill your battery in my opinion.
iEimis04/01/2020 18:32

No worries To be honest a standard Anker brick, not the one …No worries To be honest a standard Anker brick, not the one supplied by Apple still charges my phone in about 2 hours as I never let it drop too low. Been charging between 20% - 90% and as I said the battery health still hasn’t dropped to 98% in the past 2 months. Just wish I never touched the fast charging as my phone used to be ridiculously hot as well. Straight way to kill your battery in my opinion.


People don’t care... they just want a quick juice for their phone...
Purchased the 6 feet, thanks OP
iEimis04/01/2020 17:35

Good price, the only problem I found using fast charging on iPhone 11 with …Good price, the only problem I found using fast charging on iPhone 11 with one of these cables and an 18W USB-C Charging Brick (Max input for fast charging on new iPhones) is that my Battery Health dropped to 99% in 3 weeks. And I immediately started using just one of the standard Power IQ Anker chargers that don't charge as fast but still quickly enough and the battery health has remained at 99% for the past 2 months. Feels like these kill batteries fast.


That’s useful information but does not necessarily mean it is true. Charging very often can result in battery health being affected. The fast charging facility is there for a reason and is quite convenient for some people.
gunner570404/01/2020 19:35

That’s useful information but does not necessarily mean it is true. C …That’s useful information but does not necessarily mean it is true. Charging very often can result in battery health being affected. The fast charging facility is there for a reason and is quite convenient for some people.


Of course, charging facility is great and I am not sure whether official apple chargers exhibit similar issues, but I am just talking from my experience in what was using an MFI certified charger and cable did to my battery in the course of 3 weeks.
iEimis04/01/2020 19:37

Of course, charging facility is great and I am not sure whether official …Of course, charging facility is great and I am not sure whether official apple chargers exhibit similar issues, but I am just talking from my experience in what was using an MFI certified charger and cable did to my battery in the course of 3 weeks.


That is possible. I have ordered one for myself and will have to see if it does have an impact on battery. Overall, I have never really had any problems with Anker products including cables and chargers.
gunner570404/01/2020 19:42

That is possible. I have ordered one for myself and will have to see if it …That is possible. I have ordered one for myself and will have to see if it does have an impact on battery. Overall, I have never really had any problems with Anker products including cables and chargers.


I don't think it would be the cable per say, just the fact the power brick is pumping 18W through it. Anker do make good products, and in electronics there's a number of x factors that may lead to something. So as a deal, this is a good deal for the cable
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