It’s Time To Fast Charge iPhone 11 With This $9 Choetech USB C To Lightning Cable

Despite the fact that fast charging is possible in iOS devices after iPhone 8, it is not commonly used as it took Apple’s own USB-C to reach the lightning cable. Now that these cables can be manufactured by third parties, a lot of affordable options are hitting the market. The Choetech USB-C to Lightning cable is one such alternative. It regularly sells for $17, which is already less than the first-party option, but falls to just $9.15 if you clip the 5 percent off on-page coupon and insert JT27TF49 code before checking out.

Choetech’s cable is 6.6 feet long— twice as long as Apple’s cable — and is MFi-certified, ensuring it’s undergone security and usability checks from Apple. It can be used for the storage or loading of information on your iPhone or iPad. Using a compatible USB-C wall adapter, you could make the most of fast charging that can carry your iPhone in just 30 minutes from 0 percent to 50 percent. With a 10,000 bend lifetime and strengthened connections, the Choetech cable should last longer than the Apple model too. Such cables were granted a fantastic average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars from over 460 Amazon users.

You may want to pick up the reduced option of Choetech when shopping if you don’t already have a USB-C wall charger. The Power Delivery 18W USB-C wall adapter usually sells for $15, but you can pick it for just $7.94 right now. All you need to do is type ZT6UUO3Q software at checkout to get it at nearly half off. In doing so, this fast charger will grab you at its best price ever.

Using the above Lightning cable, your Nintendo Switch and other USB-C phones, this universal charger can operate with your iPhone or iPad. It has an 18W capacity and facilitates power delivery so your kit won’t take hours to peak. There are built-in protections to prevent overheating and short-circuiting, and you also get an 18-month guarantee.

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