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There are several variants of Lightning cables available in the market, designed for different purposes. Some common variants include the most commonly used USB-A to lightning cables which comes is varying lengths & materials, the original Apple cables comes in PVC. The new phones use variants such as Type C to Lightning for iPhone . Some are MFI certified cables. Each variant has different features and specifications, so it's important to choose the right one for your needs.
Yes, lightning to USB cables can transfer data between your Apple device and a computer or other USB-enabled device. These cables are designed to transfer data at high speeds, allowing you to quickly and easily sync files between your device and your computer.
The common USB-A to Lightning cable allows charging speeds of upto 2.4A at DC5V. The charging speeds you can expect from a Lightning cable will also vary depending on the specific cable you choose and the devices you are using it with. However, the latest Apple Lightning cables with a Type C connector are designed to provide fast charging speeds and can charge your device up to 50% in just 30 minutes.
Additionally, some Lightning cables are equipped with advanced features such as fast charging and power delivery, which can provide even faster charging speeds.
Apple Certified MFI (Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod) cables are lightning cables that have been certified by Apple to meet their standards for quality and compatibility. These cables are designed to work seamlessly with Apple devices and provide reliable charging and data transfer capabilities. Non-MFI Lightning cables, on the other hand, are not certified by Apple and may not work properly with your device ( and some give a warning pop-up on the phone).
The major difference being the chip being used inside the lightning connector is licensed by Apple or not. This will also impact the price you pay naturally MFI always being the more expensive option. It is always recommended to use an Apple Certified MFI cable for your Apple devices. Look out for the MFI Badge on the packaging.
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