[Apple MFi Certified] Anker® Lightning to USB Cable 3ft / 0.9m with Ultra-Compact Connector Head for iPhone 6 5s 5c 5, iPad Air mini mini2, iPad 4th gen, iPod touch 5th gen, and iPod nano 7th gen

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[Apple MFi Certified] Anker® Lightning to USB Cable 3ft / 0.9m with Ultra-Compact Connector Head for iPhone 6 5s 5c 5, iPad Air mini mini2, iPad 4th gen, iPod touch 5th gen, and iPod nano 7th gen

[Apple MFi Certified] Anker® Lightning to USB Cable 3ft / 0.9m with Ultra-Compact Connector Head for iPhone 6 5s 5c 5, iPad Air mini mini2, iPad 4th gen, iPod touch 5th gen, and iPod nano 7th gen

  • A convenient charging and syncing combo delivered through a single cable.
  • Apple MFi certification ensures complete charge and sync compatibility with iPhone 5s / 5c / 5, iPad Air, iPad mini / mini 2, iPad 4th generation, and iPod nano 7th generation.
  • Compact 8.6mm x 5.6mm (0.34in x 0.22in) Lightning connector head works with virtually all cases.
  • 3ft (0.9m) of portable, durable, flexible cord, to suit a variety of everyday connection needs.
  • Package contents: Anker® USB Cable with Lightning™ Connector, welcome guide, 18-month hassle-free warranty.

Connect with convenience to all your Lightning adapter gear.

Sync and Charge.
Whether you need to recharge the battery or transfer data – simply reach for this one cord and do it all.

Apple MFi Certification.
Each cable contains a unique, verified serial number and an authorisation chip issued by Apple which communicates with any Lightning connector device to ensure 100% compatibility.

Great lengths.
At 3ft (0.9m), the cord length is optimized for use with hard-to-reach USB ports and out-of-sight wall chargers.

A perfect fit.
The super slim connector head slots into virtually all case openings – whether big or small – because we believe your choice of accessories shouldn’t be restricted by the size of your cable.

Compatible with:
iPhone 5s / 5c / 5, iPad Air, iPad mini / mini2, iPad 4th generation, iPod 5th generation, and iPod nano 7th generation.

Get to know us.
We created Anker with a single goal in mind: to make

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Originally posted 2015-12-22 02:49:44. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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3 thoughts on “[Apple MFi Certified] Anker® Lightning to USB Cable 3ft / 0.9m with Ultra-Compact Connector Head for iPhone 6 5s 5c 5, iPad Air mini mini2, iPad 4th gen, iPod touch 5th gen, and iPod nano 7th gen

  1. 62 of 65 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is a very good Lightning cable for a good price and with an 18 month warranty!, June 14, 2014
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    jjceo (Greenwood, Indiana) –
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    This review is from: [Apple MFi Certified] Anker® Lightning to USB Cable 3ft / 0.9m with Ultra-Compact Connector Head for iPhone 6 5s 5c 5, iPad Air mini mini2, iPad 4th gen, iPod touch 5th gen, and iPod nano 7th gen (Electronics)

    Customer Video Review Length:: 4:13 Mins

    This is a nice MFI certified Lightning cable from Anker that is 3 feet long. In my video I tested it and compared it to an original Apple Lightning cable and they both are virtually identical. The Anker cable performed very well in charging my devices and I show measuring the current while charging with an Apple iPad Air charger, and Anker charger and an Anker high capacity battery.

    In addition I used the Anker cable to connect to my computer and my smart devices synced with iTunes perfectly without any errors. This cable is directly compatible with IOS7. It features nicely designed strain reliefs on the cable to protect the stress points and provide a long life. It even comes with an 18 month warranty.

    The wire is actually a little more heavy duty than the original Apple cable. In all of my testing the Anker cable allowed my devices to charge at a higher current than the Apple cable. I measured all of the voltages and current during my testing.

    This is a good cable with a good price and an 18 month warranty. I rated it at 5 stars and I recommend it to you.

    I was supplied a sample for test and evaluation. A review was not promised to the supplier in exchange for the sample but I stated that if I provided a review that it would be fair and honest.

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  2. 39 of 41 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Can this Anker cable compete with Apple’s own?, June 26, 2014
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    PhotoGraphics (Southwest U.S.) –
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    This review is from: [Apple MFi Certified] Anker® Lightning to USB Cable 3ft / 0.9m with Ultra-Compact Connector Head for iPhone 6 5s 5c 5, iPad Air mini mini2, iPad 4th gen, iPod touch 5th gen, and iPod nano 7th gen (Electronics)
    [Please see my photos for a comprehensive overview of how Anker’s cable compares]

    There are only a small number of options for cables and accessories that fit the Apple Lightning connector. It is well known that Apple has broken with protocol with this connector and incorporates a chip which, among other things, requires that only adapters sold under the Apple brand or those which Apple as “certified” be used. Certified? A simple way of defining certified is that if a non-Apple seller wants their product to work with a newer generation iPhone, iPad or certain other devices that they pay a fee to Apple to get a compatibility code that they can use to register their adapter. That makes it a little hard for smaller companies to compete price-wise against Apple.

    But yet there are a few of those smaller companies that are brave enough to compete on Apple’s terms and offer accessories equal to or sometimes slightly superior to Apple itself.

    Anker has jumped into the fray and has joined that small band of accessory sellers to offer a cable that is truly compatible with Apple Lightning devices. How does it compare?

    So far I have only tested 3 Lightning cables sourced from reputable companies … Apple itself, Amazon Basics and now Anker.
    The Apple cable sells for $19.00 and is rarely if ever discounted. The Amazon cable, like most of their Basics line, is also sold at a fixed price which for this cable is $13.99. Anker’s cable was selling for $9.95 at the time I got it but Anker does have a tendency to adjust their prices from time to time (the latest I checked it was $11.99

    Visually they look very similar, Apple-white of course. The body of the three cables are similar to each other, the Apple and the Anker feeling identical while the Amazon cable is quite hefty at about twice as thick. It is at the ends that each has charted its own course and where the biggest differences lie.

    While the Lightning and USB connectors themselves are identical, of course, which they have to be for compatibility, the molded caps are by far the biggest difference between the three brands. The Amazon caps are massive in comparison, certain to create major issues when attempting to use that cable with certain cases or receptacle connectors that are recessed. While the Apple cap is just barely larger than the connector itself the Amazon cap is approximately twice as thick at the lightning side and gigantic at the UBS side. The Anker caps are much closer in size to the Apple with the Lightning end being fractionally thicker (it makes no sense why they would choose to do this) and the USB end also being thicker but appearing to be about normal for USB cables.

    Usually the length of the end cap isn’t a concern but it is worth noting here that again at the Lightning side Amazon’s is much
    larger than the other two brands and does not have a strain relief which could cause the cable to break at that point. Anker has an adequate but Apple’s is twice as long. The exact same thing is true about the strain reliefs at the USB end.

    So, who is the winner? There is no contest that Apple wins. Yes it is expensive but it is just plain better and you are buying the confidence that Apple themselves is certifying that it will be compatible. However, and this is a big however, Anker comes in at second place in a contest that is almost too close to call. Unless you have a situation where the Anker won’t physically fit your case there is no other reason not to consider it an exact replacement for the Apple-branded cable … at about half the price. As for the Amazon private label brand? It loses on every point and comes in dead last.

    This review is based on the OEM cable that was packed with my iPad compared to cables provided for testing by Amazon and Anker. The opinions expressed are my own.

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  3. 27 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great cable, June 20, 2014
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    dunnypop “dunnypop” (New York) –

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    This review is from: [Apple MFi Certified] Anker® Lightning to USB Cable 3ft / 0.9m with Ultra-Compact Connector Head for iPhone 6 5s 5c 5, iPad Air mini mini2, iPad 4th gen, iPod touch 5th gen, and iPod nano 7th gen (Electronics)
    The Apple lightning cables are expensive… (roughly $25, but places sell them for $10 OEM – which means they are fake). I bought some OEM cables from some of those deals sights for 3 for $20 or something and after a month of use, all 3 have stopped working and also melted.

    I picked up an Anker 4-Port USB wall plug and it’s amazing. It’s well designed and even the packaging is great. So when I saw that they sell cables, I picked this up. It’s great. It looks like it can handle some wear and tear. The packaging is nice and simple too. I’m pretty much a fan of Anker now.

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