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Anker USB-C to Lightning Cable, 541 Cable (Phantom Black, 3ft), MFi Certified, Bio-Based Fast Charging Cable for iPhone 14 14pro 14pro Max 13 13 Pro 12 11 X XS XR 8 Plus (Charger Not Included)
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|Special Feature||Fast Charging|
About this item
- Bio-Based Design: The exterior of the cable body is built using bio-based materials from plants like corn and sugar cane.
- Bio-Based and Durable: With a 20,000-bend lifespan, this cable is more than ready to handle the stresses and strains of daily use.
- Wide Compatibility: MFi certified for flawless compatibility with all Lightning devices, including iPhone, iPad, and more.
- Fast Charge Ready: Supports up to 30W charging—enough to power your iPhone or iPad at high speed.
- What You Get: Anker 541 USB-C to Lightning Cable (Bio-Based 3ft), welcome guide, our worry-free 24-month warranty, and friendly customer service.
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- Product Dimensions : 35.43 x 0.43 x 0.28 inches; 0.8 Ounces
- Item model number : A80A1011
- Date First Available : September 4, 2022
- Manufacturer : Anker
- ASIN : B09ZLB29B6
- Best Sellers Rank: #433 in Lightning Cables
- Customer Reviews:
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The Carbon Neutral label applies to products certified by the Carbon Trust that are lowering their carbon emissions year after year for the full lifecycle of the product, and of which any outstanding emissions are offset. The Carbon Trust was formed in 2001 and introduced the world’s first carbon label in 2007. It produces its certifications to global leading and independently verified standards. The Carbon Trust has a mission to accelerate the move to a sustainable, low carbon economy.
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The Bio-Based Charging Cable
Model Number: A80A1
Anker 541 USB-C to Lightning Cable (Bio-Based 3ft)
Five Fresh Finishes to Match Your Style
Bored of the same old look? No problem. Choose from 5 unique colors: Aurora White, Phantom Black, Misty Blue, Lilac Purple, and Natural Green.
A Greener Way to Charge
The exterior of the cable body is constructed with bio-based materials, while the packaging is made of 100% recyclable paper and printed with soy ink.
Built to Last
Tested to withstand up to 20,000 bends—this is a cable that won't let you down.
Designed to work with virtually any Lightning device including iPhone, iPad, iPad Pro, and AirPods.
Fully Compatible Devices:
iPhone 13 mini /13 / 13 Pro / 13 Pro Max / iPhone 12 mini / 12 / 12 Pro / 12 Pro Max / 11 / 11 Pro / 11 Pro Max / XS / XS Max / XR / X / 8 / 8 Plus / iPhone SE (2nd generation)
iPad Pro 10.5-inch, iPad Pro 9.7-inch / iPad 9 / iPad 8 / iPad mini 5 / iPad Air 3 / AirPods Max
Compatible Devices (limited charging speeds):
iPhone 7 / 7 Plus / iPhone SE (1st generation) / 6S / 6S Plus / 6 / 6 Plus iPad Air 1 / 2, iPad mini 2 / 3 / 4, iPad 7/ 6 / 5
AirPods / AirPods Pro
Charging data based on charging iPhone 13/13 Pro/12 using a 20W PD charger.
This is a USB-C cable. It only works with USB-C chargers. It is not compatible with USB-A wall chargers.
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|Charging Ports||USB C to Lightning||USB C to USB C||1 USB C||2 USB C + 1 USB A||2 USB C||3 AC + 2 USB A + 2 USB C|
|Compatible Devices||For iPhones, iPads, Airpods||USB C Laptops, Phones, Tablets||For Phones, Tablets||For Laptops, Phones, Tablets||For Laptops, Phones, Tablets||For Electronics and Appliances|
|Main Feature||PD 30W||PD 100W||GaN 30W||30W||45W||67W|
|Size/Inch||3ft||3ft||1.12 × 1.12 × 1.39 Inch||6.22 × 2.92 × 0.76||2.79 × 2.34 × 1.22||4.61 × 2.52 × 1.73 Inch|
|Specs||/||/||100 ~ 240 V||/||110 ~ 240V||125V|
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2023
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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on May 14, 2023
Was initially disappointed that I’d ordered the wrong type of charge cable for my iPhone 12 (usb-c instead of usb), and then really disappointed when I saw how beautiful this cable is. Finally a lightbulb went off: adapter!!
Ordered female usb-c to male usb on Amazon, multiples, inexpensive, good quality, compact and practical design and gives me some flexibility at least in the short run until the next iteration appears, or my next iPhone.
Hooray!, return not necessary.
Pro: great quality, design, esthetic. No cons.
Top reviews from other countries
Even apple cables expire and become "unrecognised," which is why buying newer models is something consumers should do, it isn't up to the third party cable provider.
This is a perfect fit cable for 2022 to probably 2027 or 2032.
Came working, feels premium ish.
I don't think for a cable to be good it needs metal accents and whatnot, the texture is grippy but also not stretchy and will clearly break like apple's own, comes with a cable tie like in pictures, a good cable tie too.
Capable of fast charging and whatnot, looks nice I guess.
Anyone who sends a picture with the tip broken off probably sat on the cable or something against a hardwood floor and is looking for compensation, obviously, if a cable is broken like this I usually rectify it's due to consumer misuse.
Don't be scared by the 5% critical reviews, remember people also review more often if they have a problem with an item over if it works perfectly. Your chances of getting a bad cable on delivery are far far lower than you think.
With a cable that has a durable sheath like this one I recommend pulling from the cable not the charger head, it helps with pulling directly vertical as putting stress in either other direction when inserting and extracting cables is where most issues occur.
If MFi stops working check your port first, even if it works with another cable.
Then check the cable, any rust or even maybe burn on old cables can be removed with alcohol.
Socket damage should be corrected with thin carbon pliers that can extract dust and debris without causing damage to the contacts. Or even compressed air.
I have an iPhone 13 Pro and thought since I have an Anker charger maybe I should buy an Anker cable too. Well, that didn’t do the trick.
The Lightning side it doesn’t connect to the phone properly and can be disconnected with the slightest movement.
It does look a sturdy build though.