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Been looking to save a little money on a USB C to lightning cable for quicker charging. I haven't seen a certified cable at this price while I've been looking. Very few third party cables. $10 was worth for the faster charging

Looks like the best previous recent deal was around $12. Apple charges $25 I believe and it is on sale for $18 at best buy now.

Had good luck with the USB A to lightning they've sold cheap in the past.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/insi...Id=6338882
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Glad to see it's getting cheaper. Now if only the wall charger could drop to 10 or lower.
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Okay y'all, here's my current interpretation of all Lightning -> USB-C charging. Feel free to ask questions or make corrections as I'm not completely up to date with them all!



Device | USB-PD Input (Max)
Apple iPhone 5/5S/SE | 5W @ 5V/1A
Apple iPhone 6/6S/7/6+/6S+/7+ | 12W @ 5V/2.4A
Apple iPhone 8/8+/X/XS/XS Max/XR | 18W @ 9V/2A
Apple iPhone 11(?)/11 Pro/11 Pro Max| 22.5W @ 9V/2.5A
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Apple iPad 9.7 4/5/6 | 12W@ 5V/2.4A
Apple iPad 10.2 7th gen | ???
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Apple iPad Air 9.7 1/2 | 12W@ 5V/2.4A
Apple iPad Air 10.5 3rd gen | ???
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Apple iPad Mini 7.9 1/2/3/4 | 12W@ 5V/2.4A
Apple iPad Mini 7.9 5th gen | 22.5W@ 15V/1.5A
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Apple iPad Pro 10.5/12.9 1st/2nd Gen| 30W @ 15V/2A
Apple iPad Pro 11/12.9 3rd Gen| 45W @ 20V/2.5A (**uses USB-C-C)
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Apple MacBook 12" | 30W @ 15V/2A
Apple MacBook Pro Retina (USB-C) | +45W @ 15V/20V@2A/3A
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Voltage is not wattage.
You can achieve 18W with different voltages by using different amount of current (amperage).
P (Watts) = I (Current) * V (Voltage)

https://9to5mac.com/2019/09/21/ip...t-charger/
> The iPhone's port has a maximum wattage throughput and charging at 18W will basically be as fast as charging at anything higher. The 87W chargers will work with the iPhone just fine, but don't expect to get even faster charge times.​
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Glad to see it's getting cheaper. Now if only the wall charger could drop to 10 or lower.
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18w? Or 30w
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18w? Or 30w
iPhone 11 Pro comes with an 18W adapter.

https://www.apple.com/iphone-11-pro/specs/
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18w? Or 30w
iPhone only supports up to 18W USB C charging.
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There's nothing in the listing that says it supports quick charging. Not all lightning to usb c support the faster charging.

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As pointed out by others, I'm wrong. The description says fast-charging and I was searching for "quick".
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iPhone only supports up to 18W USB C charging.
Can you quote your source iPhones since 8 series supports all usb PD profiles except 15V
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Can you quote your source iPhones since 8 series supports all usb PD profiles except 15V
Voltage is not wattage.
You can achieve 18W with different voltages by using different amount of current (amperage).
P (Watts) = I (Current) * V (Voltage)

https://9to5mac.com/2019/09/21/ip...t-charger/
> The iPhone's port has a maximum wattage throughput and charging at 18W will basically be as fast as charging at anything higher. The 87W chargers will work with the iPhone just fine, but don't expect to get even faster charge times.​
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iPhone only supports up to 18W USB C charging.
Actually higher than 18W. See the ones for 29-30W chargers. https://www.chargerlab.com/iphone-11-pro-max-charging-test/
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There's nothing in the listing that says it supports quick charging. Not all lightning to usb c support the faster charging.
I have one and it does charge quickly from 0 to 50% in half an hour. "Quick Charge" is a Qualcomm technology that iPhones don't support; Everything is moving to USB-C Power Delivery anyway. All MFi-certified Lightning-to-C cables are required to support 18W USB PD.
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Actually higher than 18W. See the ones for 29-30W chargers. https://www.chargerlab.com/iphone...ging-test/
Nice, good to know. Is that only applicable to the 11 Pro Max or is it also true for the 11 and 11 Pro?
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There's nothing in the listing that says it supports quick charging. Not all lightning to usb c support the faster charging.
Yes it does
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Connect smartphones and tablets to laptops with this Insignia 4-foot USB-C to Lightning cable. Fast-charging support quickly powers newer iPhone and iPad models, while still offering compatibility with select older devices. This Insignia 4-foot USB-C to Lightning cable is specifically designed for optimal performance with Apple products, and the lengthy design reaches across spacious work areas.
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Nice, good to know. Is that only applicable to the 11 Pro Max or is it also true for the 11 and 11 Pro?
I believe it's applicable to all recently released models. However, if you look at actual charge times and percentages (from sites like MacRumors), not much observable differences between 18W and the higher ones.
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Yes it does
Thanks for pointing that out. I was doing a search for quick. Based on that, I'm going to order a couple. 👍🏻
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