Facts About Anker USB C to Lightning Cable (6ft, MFi Certified) Powerline II for iPhone 13 13 Pro 12 Pro Max 12 11 X XS XR 8 Plus, AirPods Pro, Supports Power Delivery (Charger Not Included)(White)
Thanks for your question. Please note this USB-C to Lightning cable can maximum deliver 60W.
This is for an Apple device. The USB-C connector is what provides the much faster charge to almost any thing it connects to. If that end does not look familiar, you may need to purchase a block/charger for the wall/outlet. Apple does supply them with devices, you can buy it separately, but Anker has a dual & single cha… This is for an Apple device. The USB-C connector is what provides the much faster charge to almost any thing it connects to. If that end does not look familiar, you may need to purchase a block/charger for the wall/outlet. Apple does supply them with devices, you can buy it separately, but Anker has a dual & single charging block that works perfect!
I’m back purchasing 4th & 5th charging block and 9th & 10th 6’ cable along with my first 10’ cable. Not one issue yet!!!!
no, we do not have cable has this function at this moment
I have an iPhone 8+ with an Otter Box. It works on that.
Dear sir: Im not sure about smart charge? But the Anchor plug and chord C I bought charge my iphone in 50% half hour or so and 100% in an hour to hour and half. Never had a charger work that fast before.
I don’t think so. I had to buy the Anker Charging plug to use the cord because the cord plug-in is small at both ends. My car charger would not work with this cord.
It only lasted me 118 days…. I will have to say it’s not good. Warranty was good for only 90 days.
Yes it does. I have used it on multiple Apple devices that support fast charging.
It is standard sized.
The diameter of the cable is 3.6mm
yes, it works
Please note we always provide the lifetime warranty for all our PowerLine II series cables and if in the rare case you will face some quality-related problems, we will issue a free replacement.
yes, it is compatible
I have not personally seen one but I understand they are made – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08H21PML7/ref=dp_prsubs_2 – This goes to an adapter, not a cable. Personally I would be very careful of anything without an Apple certification or whatever they call it these days. Might try contacting Anker directly???
Info About Anker USB C to Lightning Cable (6ft, MFi Certified) Powerline II for iPhone 13 13 Pro 12 Pro Max 12 11 X XS XR 8 Plus, AirPods Pro, Supports Power Delivery (Charger Not Included)(White) (Reviews From Amazon)
I recently purchased this cable directly from Anker and it seems like its working well, but I was just a little unhappy to see my new product already open…Now I am questioning its authenticity, or if it’s actually new? Definitely do not want a counterfeit or a defective product frying my batteries…
[UPDATE 7/16/19]: About a few days after reporting this, I got a new cable from Anker with no questions asked. The new cable is crisp and working like a charm. Great customer service.
I normally don’t write reviews, but since there isn’t that many on this product at the time of me writing this I will write one to show my appreciation.
I have an iPhone X that I’ve used for about a year and a half. I always wanted to actually fast charge my device since I’ve gotten it, but figured using the iPad 10W charging cube was fast enough for me, as I didn’t want to spend the $80 it cost to buy the genuine Apple fast charging setup (the usb c cube, and the usb c to lighting cable).
I looked for awhile on here, filitering our the knock off branded USB C to Lighting Cables, and found this Anker one for $15.
A 6ft, fast charging capable, durable, and lifetime warranty cord for $15?! I bought it instantly and was happy I could find such a good deal.
Upon opening, i was excited to see how thick this cord was. I’ve gone through several genuine Apple cords, only to have the cord under the Lighting Port connector fray after a couple months of use. I suspect that the thinness of the Genuine Apple cords is the culprit, and this Anker cord does not seem that it’ll have that issue at all. On top of seeming really durable, the 6ft cord was a convience I never knew I wanted (they also included a cable tie made Velcro)
This cable charges my iPhone X from 5%-55% in a matter of only 30 minutes, with a full charge only taking an additional 40 minutes to get to 100%.
While writing this review, I plugged my phone in with this cable at 20%. 15 minutes later, my phone is now at 50%.
For reference, the power cube I am using is a Anker PowerPort Speed PD 30.
I was excited to order and receive one of the very first of Anker’s newest Apple cables, their first in Midnight green, theoretically to complement the new iPhone 11. My first impression wasn’t so excited however. Not only does the cable look more like a dark grayish green but it feels stiffer than a piece of spaghetti in a snowdrift. Seriously it is the stiffest cable I’ve ever seen.
Aside from not being especially aesthetic nor user friendly how well it works becomes a moot point, it’s a cable after all and these days they either work or they don’t. This one works and it serves its purpose despite Anker’s decision to charge us a little more for it because it’s not plain white.
I give them kudos for choosing to make a cable in a highly unusual color even if I was expecting something with more pizzazz but I’m not so good with how inflexible it is. Nice but not a home run.
[INCOMPATIBILITY REPORT] the new Midnight Green cable (which is really a dark grayish green) for me has an incompatibility issue with my iPad Pro 10.5 – my device reports that it is not supported and it won’t charge. I contacted Anker’s tech support and they were not very helpful, they told me my new iPad probably has a dirty charging port, despite me telling them that it charges perfectly with my white Anker cable and that the green cable works perfectly with my iPhone XS Max.
Dealing with Anker’s technical support has really gone downhill lately. Even though I contacted them using the seller messaging link which proved I had just bought the cable they didn’t believe me and I was required to send them either the serial number from the product or a photo of it to prove I actually had it, then they agreed to replace it but only if I would return the defective one to prove I wasn’t trying to pull something. That’s a lot of inconvenience to me for something that they messed up on. Coincidentally I had just ordered a Belkin USB-C charger and lightning cable and it works perfectly and the cable is much more flexible.
[ANOTHER UPDATE] the rating of this cable remains high. While dealing with Anker isn’t quite as smooth as it was when they were a small company to their credit they did come through and replace my cable and no longer requested that I send the defective one back. I threw it away because I suspect there is a broken internal wire and I’ve heard stories about bad charging cables starting fires. I still would prefer a more flexible cable so the best I can do is four stars for this green cable.
I LOVE Anker products! I have had nothing but great experience with all of their products. When outfitting our equipment at work for emergencies I always pick Anker cables because of the quality and consistency in the products. This was my first purchase of any USB-C to Lightning using an Anker PowerPort 2 PD charging block. The charge time on an IPhone 8+ is screaming fast! From a 2% charge to 50% took 33 minutes! Fantastic product from a reliable company! I highly recommend it!!
*with the right charging block…
This has been my best charger cable experience, yet. This Anker charger cable paired with my Anker Lightning IQ 3 Nano Power Port (also available on Amazon) have proven to provide excellent rapid charging that has not diminished over time!
After 7 months of heavy use, a tiny crack in the outer rubber developed as can be seen in photo. I called the Anker Direct customer service number. They sent a replacement immediately free of charge, covered under their 18 month warranty. Impressive!
The agent even said it was ok to keep using the cord until the replacement arrived, so no down time. That’s great!
(Side note: When I buy non-OEM cords at stores, regardless of brand they last me a few month tops. Most die in a month.)
Overall, I’m very happy with this purchase and will definitely buy again/more.
I’m using it with my iPad pro12.9(2018) usb C charger. Charges faster than my other iPad 10.5 charger. I already have the 3ft version which works great. I needed the longer one. The cable seems very strong. Also, although not in stock , I managed to get it in about 4 days , including the weekend. Compare to the 5 watts chargers that comes with the iPhone XS , I can’t tell you how much faster , because I’ve never used it but expect zero to 50% in half hour with the 18 watts USB C charger.
The Apple USB-C to Lightning 6 foot cable is $35.00, this one is $16. You do the math.
I own both cables and use them both. The main difference between the two is that the Anker version is thicker. The wire is thicker, and the end is thicker (which can prevent plugging in to some devices). They both offer the same charging power, which is dependent on what you are plugging this cable into. If I had to choose, the Anker version wins because of the thicker construction of the cord.
*** NOTE ***
Before you start buying multiples of this cable for your Apple devices, consider waiting until the last four months of 2019. There are rumors that Apple may transition some or all of their new mobile products to USB-C charging only (whose cables are much cheaper), and transition out Lightning.
This cable is a great value compared to the official Apple version. Recommended.
First off I never write reviews from products I purchased over a year ago but my after my recent experience I felt it was necessary. I’ve owned this cable for a little over a year and it recently completely stopped working. I was very surprised that it had failed since there was no visible signs of damage and it had been working perfect since day one, it just stopped charging. I figured it only had a 1 year warranty but to my surprise it has a lifetime guarantee. I filled out the simple form on Ankers website, provided the required info and I had a replacement cable in a couple of days. This was by far the best warranty experience I have every had. For this reason alone I will continue to buy products from Anker, as a matter of fact I recently bought some noise cancelling headphones from Anker and couldn’t be happier with them either.
I’ve been buying Anker iPhone cords for ages – always finding them to be an MFI certified, more affordable alternative to Apple brand cords. They’ve always held up well – certainly longer than the brand ones. On this last purchase however I obviously had a dud as this 6’ USB-C 6’ cable pooped out less than a week after my 30 days to return on Amazon was up. (Btw as soon as you start to hear that noise folks – like a very quiet law & order bump bump – get that charger out of your phone because it’s losing its connection and draining your battery!) I figured I was out of luck but I wasn’t going to take a risk with my brand new iPhone 13. On a whim though I contacted Amazon customer service via chat, explained the situation and they gave me a link to contact Anker about the problem. And BOOM! They contacted me back, asked me to send them a screenshot/pic of the order receipt, a pic of the Anker logo on the cord and to provide my mailing address. Then they told me my replacement cable would be on its way and I’d receive the shipping tracking soon. All of this was in less than 24 hours. The next day was Sunday but Monday morning I had another email with the shipping tracking number for the replacement. Every company will have glitches now and then. But this might be the best customer service I’ve ever had post-Amazon return time. Anker has my business for good.
This is by far the best 6ft iphone 12 cable I’ve used. I haven’t tried the Apple wire yet because I didn’t want to pay $35, but it works just as well as the 3ft free Apple one I have. What makes me appreciate this cable even more is that I tried the Amazon Basic nylon braided 6ft cable when I first got my iphone 12 and it was such a disappointment. I went with this choice at first because I had the USB-B to lightning cable for my old iphone 10. This old cable works great, hasn’t broken yet. I still have it as a back up wire whenever I don’t have my USB-C cube on hand. So because of this, I gave the Amazon Basic USB-C to lightning cable a try because i’m more familiar with the brand and it was slightly cheaper. but it kept disconnecting as I was charging my phone while still plugged in! It was so strange because usually when I have problems with wires, it’s after wear and tear but this was new, also nylon braided. It took a toll on my battery life for how disruptive each charge was. I eventually decided to return it and bought this Anker one next. I’ve been using it for a few months now and am really digging it. It has not disappointed me yet and USB-C charges way faster than USB-B.
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