UNEN Braided iPhone Charger & Lightning Cable, 5-Pack
Last updated date: March 14, 2020
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In our analysis of 37 expert reviews, the UNEN UNEN Braided iPhone Charger & Lightning Cable, 5-Pack placed 5th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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High quality nylon braided lightning cable: The connector heads have good resistance to heat and corrosion, you'll see no signs of use. Even after a long time, they just keep their original appearance-still brand new and fashionable. Ultra-durable: Aluminum shell and tangle-free nylon braided jacket build the lightning cable more sturdy, it is flexible pull-resistant, softer, lighter, more durable than original device cables. Feature tangle-free nylon braided USB cable with aluminum connector has a stronger and flexible nylon material is stress and stretch resistant and protects against day-to-day wear and tear. Fast charge &data transmission: Compact gold tipped connections offer the best possible conductivity and connection for data and charging. Fits easily and securely into your device, while fitting most cases. Proper length: 5Pack 3FT 3FT 6FT 6FT 10FT nylon braided cables. The lightning cable is ideal for varied occasions, you can still use your devices while charging with an adapter in your bedroom, kitchen, and at the backseat of your car. Comfortable and convenient experience no more annoying messages, no constant reminder in the phone screen telling you the frustrating truth that the cable cannot charge your favorite device.
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An Overview On IPhone Charger Cords
If you’re an avid iPhone user, you don’t have to sold on its uses. These pocket-sized supercomputers can shoot video, play games, give you directions and even make actual phone calls. Still, they’re all paperweights without power.
That’s why a good charging cord is just as vital as the iPhone itself. And while there’s still only one connector that will charge your smartphone, there’s still some variety in your options.
For new iPhone users, the most crucial thing is to make sure you’re buying the right charger. As of their latest version, iPhones and many iPads all use charging cords in a format called the Lightning cable. The Lightning cable was introduced in 2012 and has been the standard for most Apple products since the iPhone 5. The exceptions here are the iPod which uses a 30-pin connector and the newest iPad Pro, which charges up via a USB-C.
Lightning cables relatively easy to recognize compared to USB cables or other chargers. They are small and thin at the connection point, with 8 pins that are not only a conduit for power but data. They’re reversible, which means there is no way to plug them in “upside-down.” Either end will work. If you’re using them to transfer photos or other data off your phone, the data speeds tend to be around 480 Mbps.
DWYM Fun Fact
Apple’s Lightning cables got their name because they were the successor to the old Thunderbolt chargers. The name is increasingly inaccurate, though: While Lightning cables charge up current Apple phones just fine, they tend to have slower data transfer speeds than the newer USB-C cables — a standard Apple has already begun to adapt for its newest Ipad Pro.
The IPhone Charger Cord Buying Guide
- iPhone chargers tend to see a lot of use in a lot of different locations, so consider buying one with some kind of extra protection around the cord. Braided nylon is a good material for this, and you might find cords that even sheath the cable in Kevlar or steel fibers.
- While Apple is the only company that makes an iPhone, you’ll find plenty of third-party manufacturers churning out iPhone chargers. If quality is a concern, look for an “MFi-certified” designation. That stands for “Made For iPhone,” and such products have been cleared by Apple’s own quality control standards.