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On the hand of the mophie cable USB-C to Lightning: MFi, perfect, 20 USD


I have been using Apple's USB-C to Lightning cable for a while, but I found the Apple website is also worth selling yarn of mophie so I decided to buy more just because it was beautiful. It's true that when it's already on hand, it's not only beautiful but the cable is also very well-made, sturdy, at least it feels more durable than Apple's fiber.

The fiber optic cable is covered with a black cloth that is completely 1m long, each end of the cable is machined with plastic and a metal upper end. Overall the cable I found a bad point in the way of finishing is very difficult as loose joints, looseness, …



Because of Power Delivery support, we use iPhone 8 and above chargers with a maximum capacity of 18W and fast charging of iPad devices with chargers with high capacity. Personally I only charge iPhone / iPad with MacBook charger or spare batteries with integrated C port to support PD, so I always need USB-C to Lightning cables like this.



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Talking about the parachute fabric (Nylon), the touch is very smooth, friendly, and still feels sturdy and comfortable to use. The feel of it is completely different from other cables on the market that are also covered with parachute fabric, giving it a rough, hard feel.

Apple is selling this mophie cable for $ 20 – on par with Apple's USB-C to Lightning, in Vietnam, I have yet to see anyone sell, in general if you are looking for a nice, good PD cable for the iPhone. / iPad, I recommend buying mophie (if you don't like Apple fiber).



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