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Anker USB C to Lightning Cable [3ft MFi Certified] Powerline II for iPhone wholesale

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Power Delivery: Use this USB-C to Lightning cable with your USB-C Power Delivery charger (including Apple 29W, 30W, 61W, or 87W USB-C Power Adapter) to charge your iOS device, and access fast-charging for iPhone 13, 13 Pro, 8, 8 Plus, X, XS, XR, XS Max, 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max. Charge and Sync: Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod with Lightning connector to your USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) enabled Mac and iPad Pro to seamlessly sync & charge. Ultimate Durability: Lasts 12× longer than other cables and proven to withstand over 12000 bends in strict laboratory tests. MFi: MFi certification and strict quality testing ensure your Apple devices are charged safely, at their fastest possible speed.. A Cable for Life: We’re so confident about Powerline II’s long-lasting performance that we gave it a hassle-free, lifetime warranty.

20 reviews for Anker USB C to Lightning Cable [3ft MFi Certified] Powerline II for iPhone wholesale

  1. Alfonso Dingo Torres

    I’ve been using this with an iClevef 30w PD Charger and it works fanastic! Charges my iPhone X super fast! As for older iPhones (such as the 6s), the most I’ve seen it pull is 7w. The cable is very thicc and sturdy, however it’s too short. I ain’t taking a star off for that since that’s what the item is for, but I really hope a 6ft version comes out soon. I’ve been buying 6ft Anker cables for about year so far and I’ve really enjoyed that size. I asked their customer service and they have no idea when a 6ft version will come out. I hope it’s soon though!TL;DR:This cable has fantastic build quality, is blessed by Apple, and works with PD Fast Chargers on supported iPhones. It’s also cheaper than Apple’s official cable. Definitely worth the price. However if you’re used to 6ft, this will be too small for you.UPDATE (03/16/19): I bought a USB-C Extension as this cable was just too short for me and I decided to test to see if Fast Charging worked. I can confirm fast charging does indeed work with a USB-C Extension cable plugged into this! This will satisfy me for now while I wait for a 6ft version!

  2. Alfonso Dingo Torres

    I’ve been using this with an iClevef 30w PD Charger and it works fanastic! Charges my iPhone X super fast! As for older iPhones (such as the 6s), the most I’ve seen it pull is 7w. The cable is very thicc and sturdy, however it’s too short. I ain’t taking a star off for that since that’s what the item is for, but I really hope a 6ft version comes out soon. I’ve been buying 6ft Anker cables for about year so far and I’ve really enjoyed that size. I asked their customer service and they have no idea when a 6ft version will come out. I hope it’s soon though!TL;DR:This cable has fantastic build quality, is blessed by Apple, and works with PD Fast Chargers on supported iPhones. It’s also cheaper than Apple’s official cable. Definitely worth the price. However if you’re used to 6ft, this will be too small for you.UPDATE (03/16/19): I bought a USB-C Extension as this cable was just too short for me and I decided to test to see if Fast Charging worked. I can confirm fast charging does indeed work with a USB-C Extension cable plugged into this! This will satisfy me for now while I wait for a 6ft version!

  3. J T

    I buy a lot of Anker products because I know I can expect great quality at a very good price. So I was very surprised at one of these cables failing. So surprised that I worked extra hard on proving to myself that it was the Anker cable at fault and not something else. I had bought it quite a while ago so I thought I would have to buy a new one but I checked and it came with a lifetime warranty.After contacting Anker, I am pleased to say that it was easy to have it replaced quickly. Camille, of product support, not only handled the replacement being sent to me but also checked later to make sure it was working and that I was happy with the outcome.Every company, even very good ones like Anker, are going to have a lemon or two. One difference is how often these occur and my experience is that it is quite rare with Anker. And another key difference is how they stand behind their products and make things right. Anker gets a gold star from me!Thank you Anker (and Camille)!

  4. J T

    I buy a lot of Anker products because I know I can expect great quality at a very good price. So I was very surprised at one of these cables failing. So surprised that I worked extra hard on proving to myself that it was the Anker cable at fault and not something else. I had bought it quite a while ago so I thought I would have to buy a new one but I checked and it came with a lifetime warranty.After contacting Anker, I am pleased to say that it was easy to have it replaced quickly. Camille, of product support, not only handled the replacement being sent to me but also checked later to make sure it was working and that I was happy with the outcome.Every company, even very good ones like Anker, are going to have a lemon or two. One difference is how often these occur and my experience is that it is quite rare with Anker. And another key difference is how they stand behind their products and make things right. Anker gets a gold star from me!Thank you Anker (and Camille)!

  5. The Simster

    Using this USB C to lightning cable with an Anker USB C PD car charger and it works great with my iPhone XR!!~ When plugged in below 80% battery, my iPhone XR beep/ding as normal followed by a second beep/ding confirming PD fast charge. Folks, as for the iPhone fast charge double beep/ding, the time interval between the 1st & 2nd beep/ding is 5~6 seconds so do not be concerned if you don’t hear a quick “ding-ding”. It’ll be a “ding———————-ding”. :o)I haven’t had a chance to fully test the “50% in 30 mins fast charge” but based on what I’ve seen in the past week of use, I’ve noticed the battery percentage climb up faster compared to my previous setup (12W car charger with a USB A to lightning cable). Along with the double beep/ding, I have no doubt I can get 50% in 30 mins charge performance from this cable.I have used a wide variety of Anker products (chargers, cables, batteries, etc.) for many years and they never disappoint!! High quality performance!! :o)

  6. The Simster

    Using this USB C to lightning cable with an Anker USB C PD car charger and it works great with my iPhone XR!!~ When plugged in below 80% battery, my iPhone XR beep/ding as normal followed by a second beep/ding confirming PD fast charge. Folks, as for the iPhone fast charge double beep/ding, the time interval between the 1st & 2nd beep/ding is 5~6 seconds so do not be concerned if you don’t hear a quick “ding-ding”. It’ll be a “ding———————-ding”. :o)I haven’t had a chance to fully test the “50% in 30 mins fast charge” but based on what I’ve seen in the past week of use, I’ve noticed the battery percentage climb up faster compared to my previous setup (12W car charger with a USB A to lightning cable). Along with the double beep/ding, I have no doubt I can get 50% in 30 mins charge performance from this cable.I have used a wide variety of Anker products (chargers, cables, batteries, etc.) for many years and they never disappoint!! High quality performance!! :o)

  7. MovieGoer

    You wouldn’t think customer support matters with a charging cable, but it does. I already have 30+ Anker purchases from cables to charging bricks to portable battery backups, even some headphones. And everything I get from Anker is cheaper than the manufacturer version and at least as reliable if not more so in some cases.This one particular time, one of my 6″ iPhone cables got frayed at the end after less than a year of use. I emailed customer support and showed them images of my cable and informed them that I’ve ordered many Anker products in the past. They confirmed my mailing address and sent a replacement cable free of charge. They clearly either value their customers in general or at least customer loyalty. I love Anker!

  8. MovieGoer

    You wouldn’t think customer support matters with a charging cable, but it does. I already have 30+ Anker purchases from cables to charging bricks to portable battery backups, even some headphones. And everything I get from Anker is cheaper than the manufacturer version and at least as reliable if not more so in some cases.This one particular time, one of my 6″ iPhone cables got frayed at the end after less than a year of use. I emailed customer support and showed them images of my cable and informed them that I’ve ordered many Anker products in the past. They confirmed my mailing address and sent a replacement cable free of charge. They clearly either value their customers in general or at least customer loyalty. I love Anker!

  9. Dale Alan

    This is definitely an alternative to Apple’s own USB C to Lighting cable. When used with a USB C PD type adaptor, it will charge your iPhone so fast, you won’t know what to do with yourself.For example, it charged my iPhone X from 12% battery to 66% in under 18 minutes when used with the Ravpower 45W PowerWave adaptor.The cable is rather thick but is built very nicely and feels like it will last for a long time.Pros:+ A true PD, fast charging cable+ Performs the same functions as the Apple version for a fraction of the cost+ Is packaged well+ Comes with a nice Anker-branded velcro-cable-tie, like all Anker cables+ Both USB C and Lightning plugs feel solid and ‘snap’ in nicely+ Feels very solidly built+ Provides excellent value for the priceCons:- Is a bit thick and stiff

  10. Dale Alan

    This is definitely an alternative to Apple’s own USB C to Lighting cable. When used with a USB C PD type adaptor, it will charge your iPhone so fast, you won’t know what to do with yourself.For example, it charged my iPhone X from 12% battery to 66% in under 18 minutes when used with the Ravpower 45W PowerWave adaptor.The cable is rather thick but is built very nicely and feels like it will last for a long time.Pros:+ A true PD, fast charging cable+ Performs the same functions as the Apple version for a fraction of the cost+ Is packaged well+ Comes with a nice Anker-branded velcro-cable-tie, like all Anker cables+ Both USB C and Lightning plugs feel solid and ‘snap’ in nicely+ Feels very solidly built+ Provides excellent value for the priceCons:- Is a bit thick and stiff

  11. Jmac1493

    Charges almost fully around 30 – 45 minutes! That is at least 15 minutes faster than what I am used to with USB/A types. Probably because it is USB type C. The connector is very stable. It does not shift up and down when bumped while connected to my MacBook like my other connectors. I use this with my iPod Touch 6th Gen, and it comes up instantly in iTunes. The only reason I rated the durability as 4 stars is for two reasons. I’ve only had it for a month so it is too early to say, and, because the cable exterior type tends to wear out faster in my experience. Great cable!

  12. Jmac1493

    Charges almost fully around 30 – 45 minutes! That is at least 15 minutes faster than what I am used to with USB/A types. Probably because it is USB type C. The connector is very stable. It does not shift up and down when bumped while connected to my MacBook like my other connectors. I use this with my iPod Touch 6th Gen, and it comes up instantly in iTunes. The only reason I rated the durability as 4 stars is for two reasons. I’ve only had it for a month so it is too early to say, and, because the cable exterior type tends to wear out faster in my experience. Great cable!

  13. Gregory Cordts

    Cable material quality seems good, certainly thicker than the equivalent USB-A to Lightning cables but still pretty flexible. Certainly much more durable than any Apple cable I’ve used in the past.I tested this with 3 USB-PD chargers:- Aukey 18W charger: Charged at 12V, charger supports 5V/9V/12V- Anker hub with a USB-C PD port: Charged at 15V, charger supports 5V/9V/15V- Macbook 61W USB-C charger: Charged at 9V, charger supports 5.2V / 9V / 20.3VThis was with an iPad Pro 10.5 – from this testing it looks like the fastest charging is going to be from a USB-PD charger that supports 15V charging (which at least the Macbook charger I tested didn’t), so keep the voltages in mind when selecting a power brick, the highest wattage charger isn’t necessarily going to give you the faster overall charging speed.

  14. Gregory Cordts

    Cable material quality seems good, certainly thicker than the equivalent USB-A to Lightning cables but still pretty flexible. Certainly much more durable than any Apple cable I’ve used in the past.I tested this with 3 USB-PD chargers:- Aukey 18W charger: Charged at 12V, charger supports 5V/9V/12V- Anker hub with a USB-C PD port: Charged at 15V, charger supports 5V/9V/15V- Macbook 61W USB-C charger: Charged at 9V, charger supports 5.2V / 9V / 20.3VThis was with an iPad Pro 10.5 – from this testing it looks like the fastest charging is going to be from a USB-PD charger that supports 15V charging (which at least the Macbook charger I tested didn’t), so keep the voltages in mind when selecting a power brick, the highest wattage charger isn’t necessarily going to give you the faster overall charging speed.

  15. M. Erb

    This is a review of Anker USB C to Lightning Cable [3ft Apple MFi Certified]I’m finally able to fast charge my iPhoneXR by using this cable with a Satechi 75W Dual Type-C PD Travel Charger Adapter. My phone charges faster than I ever thought possible. That’s because of the Satechi power adapter of course, but the cable makes it possible to use that charger with my iPhoneXR. My phone charges 38% to 63% in just 15 minutes. Using a conventional 2A charger it would have only charged from 38% to about 45% in that same amount of time.The cable itself is stiffer than most I’ve had and has a rubbery feel to it. I like that cable but would have ordered a 6′ cable had it been available. So yes, it’s a little short but that’s OK I guess because my fast charger is in my house and it’s in a place where a 3′ cable works.

  16. M. Erb

    This is a review of Anker USB C to Lightning Cable [3ft Apple MFi Certified]I’m finally able to fast charge my iPhoneXR by using this cable with a Satechi 75W Dual Type-C PD Travel Charger Adapter. My phone charges faster than I ever thought possible. That’s because of the Satechi power adapter of course, but the cable makes it possible to use that charger with my iPhoneXR. My phone charges 38% to 63% in just 15 minutes. Using a conventional 2A charger it would have only charged from 38% to about 45% in that same amount of time.The cable itself is stiffer than most I’ve had and has a rubbery feel to it. I like that cable but would have ordered a 6′ cable had it been available. So yes, it’s a little short but that’s OK I guess because my fast charger is in my house and it’s in a place where a 3′ cable works.

  17. Matthew Chmiel

    Apple’s very own cables are usually expensive and are nowhere near durable despite the high price point put on them. I’ve been a huge fan of Anker’s product lineup alongside the fact they stand by their 18-month warranty when a few of their cables or power adapters have gone out on me. When Apple announced hardware supporting USB-C, I was excited. However, the premium price point Apple set put me right off. I’ve been waiting for Anker to come out with a MFi-certified USB-C to Lightning cable and it’s finally here.I’ve been using the cable alongside Anker’s very own PowerPort Speed+ Duo Wall Charger with 30W Power Delivery Port and it charges my iPhone XS Max and 10.5″ iPad Pro (2017) faster than any accessory I’ve used up to this point. While I’m still waiting for Anker to come out with cables that support USB-C to Lightning that are longer and constructed using double-braided nylon, this is a good substitute until that time comes. The cable is more durable than what Apple has made available and I don’t see it going out on me in the foreseeable future.

  18. Matthew Chmiel

    Apple’s very own cables are usually expensive and are nowhere near durable despite the high price point put on them. I’ve been a huge fan of Anker’s product lineup alongside the fact they stand by their 18-month warranty when a few of their cables or power adapters have gone out on me. When Apple announced hardware supporting USB-C, I was excited. However, the premium price point Apple set put me right off. I’ve been waiting for Anker to come out with a MFi-certified USB-C to Lightning cable and it’s finally here.I’ve been using the cable alongside Anker’s very own PowerPort Speed+ Duo Wall Charger with 30W Power Delivery Port and it charges my iPhone XS Max and 10.5″ iPad Pro (2017) faster than any accessory I’ve used up to this point. While I’m still waiting for Anker to come out with cables that support USB-C to Lightning that are longer and constructed using double-braided nylon, this is a good substitute until that time comes. The cable is more durable than what Apple has made available and I don’t see it going out on me in the foreseeable future.

  19. William Maloney

    This is a great, well made and reliable cable, however, there doesn’t seem to be much special to say about this cable. It does seem like it is heavier gauge wires internally which make it feel more substantial and durable. Everything about the cable seems well made and durable and it has been working reliably since I purchased it to use the fast charging capabilities of my iPhone 12 which supports up to 18 watts. I use this with that phone and the RAVPOWER GAN 61 Watt USB-C power adapter. The adapter works really well and so does the cable. The only other comment I would add is that this cable did include a velcro strap to wind it up neatly but I don’t generally use it. It’s a nice bonus though.

  20. William Maloney

    This is a great, well made and reliable cable, however, there doesn’t seem to be much special to say about this cable. It does seem like it is heavier gauge wires internally which make it feel more substantial and durable. Everything about the cable seems well made and durable and it has been working reliably since I purchased it to use the fast charging capabilities of my iPhone 12 which supports up to 18 watts. I use this with that phone and the RAVPOWER GAN 61 Watt USB-C power adapter. The adapter works really well and so does the cable. The only other comment I would add is that this cable did include a velcro strap to wind it up neatly but I don’t generally use it. It’s a nice bonus though.

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