- Product Dimensions:: 180 x 1.1 x 0.7 cm ; 49.9 g
- Shipping Weight: 68 g
- ASIN: B07XRMB884
- Date first available at Amazon.sg: 11 September 2019
- Customer reviews: 2,071 customer ratings
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- #285 in Lightning Cables
iPhone 11 Pro Charger, Anker USB C to Lightning Cable [6ft Apple MFi Certified] Powerline II for iPhone 11/11 Pro / 11 Pro Max/X/XR/XS Max, Supports Power Delivery (Green)
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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 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.
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Model Number: A8633
PowerLine II USB-C to Lightning Cable
The Cable That's Yours For Life
From Strength to Strength
PowerLine II tolerates being bent over 12000 times, lasting an enormous 12x longer than other cables.
MFi certification means total peace of mind because PowerLine II is completely Apple authorized. Designed to work flawlessly with iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, or any other device with a Lightning port.
Lasts a Lifetime
To show our belief in PowerLine II, we are offering a hassle-free replacement for all quality issues. Not for half a year, not for 18 months, but for an entire lifetime. It may be the last cable you'll ever need to buy.
Power Delivery Compatible iOS Devices:
iPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max, 8, 8 Plus, X, XS, XR, XS Max, iPad Pro (10.5-inch), iPad Pro (12.9-inch) 1st generation, iPad Pro (12.9-inch) 2nd generation, AirPods, AirPods with Wireless Charging Case and AirPods Pro.
Colour Name: Green
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One thing to keep in mind is that this cable won't work with a standard apple brick. You'll need a USB A to lightning cable for that. Anker sells the 30W USB C brick that I have but it might be a little overkill for just a phone. I love it tho.
This cable should be great for connecting to newer Macs and PCs with USB C. I haven't tried but I have no reason to doubt it.
Definitely recommend and would buy again
[UPDATE 7/16/19]: About a few days after reporting this, I got a new cable from Anker with no questions asked. The new cable is crisp and working like a charm. Great customer service.
Aside from not being especially aesthetic nor user friendly how well it works becomes a moot point, it’s a cable after all and these days they either work or they don’t. This one works and it serves its purpose despite Anker’s decision to charge us a little more for it because it’s not plain white.
I give them kudos for choosing to make a cable in a highly unusual color even if I was expecting something with more pizzazz but I’m not so good with how inflexible it is. Nice but not a home run.
[INCOMPATIBILITY REPORT] the new Midnight Green cable (which is really a dark grayish green) for me has an incompatibility issue with my iPad Pro 10.5 - my device reports that it is not supported and it won’t charge. I contacted Anker’s tech support and they were not very helpful, they told me my new iPad probably has a dirty charging port, despite me telling them that it charges perfectly with my white Anker cable and that the green cable works perfectly with my iPhone XS Max.
Dealing with Anker’s technical support has really gone downhill lately. Even though I contacted them using the seller messaging link which proved I had just bought the cable they didn’t believe me and I was required to send them either the serial number from the product or a photo of it to prove I actually had it, then they agreed to replace it but only if I would return the defective one to prove I wasn’t trying to pull something. That’s a lot of inconvenience to me for something that they messed up on. Coincidentally I had just ordered a Belkin USB-C charger and lightning cable and it works perfectly and the cable is much more flexible.
[ANOTHER UPDATE] the rating of this cable remains high. While dealing with Anker isn't quite as smooth as it was when they were a small company to their credit they did come through and replace my cable and no longer requested that I send the defective one back. I threw it away because I suspect there is a broken internal wire and I've heard stories about bad charging cables starting fires. I still would prefer a more flexible cable so the best I can do is four stars for this green cable.
I have an iPhone X that I’ve used for about a year and a half. I always wanted to actually fast charge my device since I’ve gotten it, but figured using the iPad 10W charging cube was fast enough for me, as I didn’t want to spend the $80 it cost to buy the genuine Apple fast charging setup (the usb c cube, and the usb c to lighting cable).
I looked for awhile on here, filitering our the knock off branded USB C to Lighting Cables, and found this Anker one for $15.
A 6ft, fast charging capable, durable, and lifetime warranty cord for $15?! I bought it instantly and was happy I could find such a good deal.
Upon opening, i was excited to see how thick this cord was. I’ve gone through several genuine Apple cords, only to have the cord under the Lighting Port connector fray after a couple months of use. I suspect that the thinness of the Genuine Apple cords is the culprit, and this Anker cord does not seem that it’ll have that issue at all. On top of seeming really durable, the 6ft cord was a convience I never knew I wanted (they also included a cable tie made Velcro)
This cable charges my iPhone X from 5%-55% in a matter of only 30 minutes, with a full charge only taking an additional 40 minutes to get to 100%.
While writing this review, I plugged my phone in with this cable at 20%. 15 minutes later, my phone is now at 50%.
For reference, the power cube I am using is a Anker PowerPort Speed PD 30.