You want a reliable Lightning cable that can fast-charge your Apple devices, stand up to the rigours of daily use and have it backed by independent testing and original, high-quality parts and materials. That's where MFi Certification steps in. We start with officially licensed circuits, then combine metal plugs with beefy strain relief and a snazzy PVC jacket to bring you the absolute best in Lightning cables for your Apple Devices.
For those of you who can handle going around with 5% battery, my deepest respects, you are indeed a brave individual who lives life on the edge. It must bring some challenges with it though, no? Like constantly needing to charge. On the bed watching shows on the iPad, in the car with maps on the iPhone, playing games on the couch, a power point barely in reach, odd angles everywhere, it can put a strain on any cable relationship. Speaking of strain and angles, we do have something here which might help.
This right-angled cable takes the strain away from constantly having to compromise how you're sitting or lying down (or whatever) in order to charge your device. It also have a longer length for when that power point is just too far away for the cable that came with your device. No more broken lightning connectors my brave 5% warriors!
Compatible with sync and charge duties on all Apple Lightning-enabled devices from iPhone to iPads and iPods, the Avencore Platinum Series sets a new standard for how good a Lightning cable can be inside and out. These Lightning cables are genuinely the fastest charging cable on the market with a huge 3.0A charging speed powered by the new Apple C89 Lightning connector! They work equally well as a primary replacement cable, or as a spare to keep in your car or laptop bag.
All backed up by an incredible 5-year replacement warranty!
1.5m Avencore Platinum Series Right-Angled Apple Lightning Cable:
* In order to achieve the full 3 Amp charge rate you will need to have the right charger for the job. Apple use the Power Delivery (PD) standard for fast charging devices via Lightning ports. But they don't, as of writing, sell a charger which supports PD over USB-A connectors, only USB-C connectors.
You'll need a charger which supports the Quick Charge 4+ (QC4+) Standard. Only a QC4+ or higher rated QC Charger is capable of outputting the right amount of Amps in PD mode via a USB-A port. For all other chargers the most you'll be able to achieve is 2.4 Amps, which is pretty damn fast anyway ;-)