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Good price, but not MFi certified contrary to the claim. Slightly loose fit too
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Just what I needed.
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Good price, but not MFi certified contrary to the claim. Slightly loose fit too
How were you able to check? I checked searching the brand on the Apple site and it listed a bunch of cables by this brand, but with no model on the Amazon listing I couldn't match the exact model 100%.

Anything you can pass along on how to confirm/discredit MFI certification would be appreciated.
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How were you able to check? I checked searching the brand on the Apple site and it listed a bunch of cables by this brand, but with no model on the Amazon listing I couldn't match the exact model 100%.

Anything you can pass along on how to confirm/discredit MFI certification would be appreciated.
Here:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/custome...P3E8L0JOK9
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Here:
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Ah, I dunno on that one. Not saying his test is wrong, I'm just not familiar with that kind of test. It looks like the listing you linked is a little different. Same pic, but different prices and review count (6k+ vs 3k+). Maybe a slight difference in model or release?

I might keep my order and see how it performs. Fakespot gave the reviews an A so I thought it looked like a pretty trusted product. I'm usually more a fan of Anker and others but I needed something inexpensive for my daughter who keeps stealing mine lol.
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im using non apple cable and non apple charger on my iphone 11 pro max ios 14.0.1, they charge my phone perfectly fine.
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Off late new updates of Apple IOS doesn't charge the iPhone without an Apple charger. I am skeptical with these non Apple chargers. Apple's new way of making money when sales are down.
I just bought an Anker charger and cable. No issues on our iOS 14 devices.
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Off late new updates of Apple IOS doesn't charge the iPhone without an Apple charger. I am skeptical with these non Apple chargers. Apple's new way of making money when sales are down.
Stop getting your tech info from tiktok
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Nice post op. Thanks.
Might want to change the post to SILVER only. Code doesn't work for gold, red or black cables.
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Off late new updates of Apple IOS doesn't charge the iPhone without an Apple charger. I am skeptical with these non Apple chargers. Apple's new way of making money when sales are down.
I call BS. I have half a dozen Apple devices being charged every day - all from generic chargers. I don't own a single Apple charger besides those shitty 5W chargers they used to throw in with iPhone and iPad purchases.
Go shit in Android garden.
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I moved on from standard usb/lightning to usb-c/lightning because of the fast charging support. Seen drastic reduction of charging time.
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