Buy iPhone lightning cable
- Brand Name: FLOVEME
- Type: USB
- Compatible Brand: Apple iPhones
- Color: Blue, Red, Black (buy iPhone lightning cable)
- Compatible Model: For iPhone X/8/ 8+/ 7 / 7+/ 6/ 6s/ 6+/6s+/ 5/ 5s/ SE/ 5C
- Function: 2A Charging + 480Mbps Data Transfer at the same time
- Features: Reinforcement Protection Charging Cable + Durable Charger
- Structure: High Tensile Braided Cloth Aluminum Alloy Head Sync Mobile Phone Cable
- SKU: GDNK8121-103262
- Length: 1m/ 2m
- Has Retail Package: Yes
Description: (buy iPhone lightning cable)
Most computers and electronic devices have some form of USB connection, and many devices also come packaged with a USB cable.
USB is supposedly universal, but there are so different types. Why is this? They each serve different functions, mainly to preserve compatibility and support new devices.
Most common types of USB connectors:(buy iPhone lightning cable)
Type-A: The standard flat, rectangular interface that you find on one end of nearly every USB cable. Most computers have multiple USB-PORTS for connecting peripherals. You’ll find them on game consoles, TVs, and other devices too. This cable only inserts in one way. (buy iPhone lightning cable)
Type-B: An almost square connector, mostly used for printers and other powered devices that connect to a computer. They’re not very common these days, as most devices have moved onto a smaller connection.
Mini-USB: A smaller connector type that was standard for mobile devices before micro-USB. While not as common today, you’ll still see these on some cameras, the PlayStation 3 controller, MP3 players, and similar. (buy iPhone lightning cable)
Micro-USB: The current standard (though slowly declining in popularity) for mobile and portable devices, which is even smaller than mini-USB. While you’ll still find micro-USB on all sorts of smartphones, tablets, USB battery packs, and game controllers, some have moved onto USB-C.(buy iPhone lightning cable)
Type-C: The newest USB standard, this is a reversible cable that promises higher transfer rates and more power than previous USB types. It’s also capable of juggling multiple functions. You’ll see it on many new laptops and smartphones, including the MacBook, Pixel phones, and Nintendo Switch Pro Controller. (buy iPhone lightning cable)
Lightning: This isn’t a true USB standard, but is Apple’s proprietary connector for the iPhone, iPad, Air Pods, and more. It’s a similar size to USB-C and comes standard on Apple devices released since September 2012. Older Apple devices use the much larger 30-pin proprietary connector.