USB C to Lightning Cable 3ft

5.00 out of 5 based on 10 customer ratings
(10 customer reviews)

USB-C to Lightning Cable(3ft)

Product Description

The cable that your iPhone deserves.

MFi certified for flawless compatibility with all Lightning devices, and capable of charging speeds that are 2.5× faster than stock Lightning technology.

  • Supports High-Speed Charging with USB-C Power Delivery
  • Universal Compatibility
  • MFi Certified
  • Lasts 12× Longer Than Other Cables

Power Delivery Support

Delivers a high-speed charge while connected to a USB-C Power Delivery charger.

Premium Components

Thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) shielding provides superior durability and protection for internal wiring specifically designed to support the most advanced charging protocols.

Lasts 12× Longer

Confirmed by rigorous laboratory testing to withstand over 12,000 bends.

High-Speed Data

Transfer music, movies, and more between iPhone and MacBook in seconds.

Universal Compatibility

MFi certified to work flawlessly with any device that uses a Lightning connector.




Black, White

Item Weight

1.44 ounces

Shipping Weight

1.44 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)



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Customer Reviews

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4.6 out of 5 stars

38 customer reviews

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4.6 out of 5 stars

Best Sellers Rank

#351 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)

#28 in Cell Phone Cables

#32 in MP3 Player Cables

  1. The cable is amazing I am able to charge my iPhone XS Max from 0% to 50+% in 30 minutes. (Your results may vary, for the most part its very consistent) I would definitely recommend this cable if you want to charge your iPhone quicker than the factory 5w charger. (you will need a usb-c pd power adapter, and a usb-c to lighting cable to take advantage of this) The only thing I could say is a Con for me is that it is only 3ft. I’m not going to take a star off because that is what is advertised but I would take a 10ft version over this for convenience. The cable is too short for me. this cable is great if you’re going to plug your phone in and leave it. But if you’re going to use your phone then it will be tricky because it is too short.

  2. Great quality cable that feels more durable than the OEM Apple model. The only possible downside is the cable length – I wish it were 6 feet for some added flexibility around the house. I would recommend this cable for anybody needing to connect their iPhone to a Macbook or other Apple device.

  3. I only got this cable because the USB hub I have next to my bed had one type-c connection and I wanted to put it to use.I purchased this for my iPhone 8 and was surprised as how much faster it charged. I plunged my phone in as it was at about 40% charged, just before i got in the shower. After I got out of the bathroom 20 minutes later I found it about 88% charged. Far much more faster than my USB to Lighting cable.This is now my go to cable for my phone and I’m getting a type -c wall plug to go carry with it.The cable’s quality is great, thick but flexible. Both ends fit securely into the corresponding ports that I have, and the Velcro strap on it is perfected travel with no tangling.Highly suggest getting this if your looking for a type-C to Lighting cable and don’t want the Apple mark up price.

  4. This product was just released a couple of weeks ago and suddenly it has been pulled from their website and nolonger available on Amazon. Was there a problem we should know about?

  5. I’ve used the Apple USB-C -> Lightning daily for the last few years. That cable started to yellow and would disconnect when I moved my phone around. This would be became extremely annoying while I needed it to be connected to my Mac when developing.The Anker cable is noticeably more durable and I’m really excited to have it part of my set of tools.

  6. I’ve been using this with an iClevef 30w PD Charger and it works fanastic! Charges my iPhone X super fast! As for older iPhones (such as the 6s), the most I’ve seen it pull is 7w. The cable is very thicc and sturdy, however it’s too short. I ain’t taking a star off for that since that’s what the item is for, but I really hope a 6ft version comes out soon. I’ve been buying 6ft Anker cables for about year so far and I’ve really enjoyed that size. I asked their customer service and they have no idea when a 6ft version will come out. I hope it’s soon though!TL;DR:This cable has fantastic build quality, is blessed by Apple, and works with PD Fast Chargers on supported iPhones. It’s also cheaper than Apple’s official cable. Definitely worth the price. However if you’re used to 6ft, this will be too small for you.UPDATE (03/16/19): I bought a USB-C Extension as this cable was just too short for me and I decided to test to see if Fast Charging worked. I can confirm fast charging does indeed work with a USB-C Extension cable plugged into this! This will satisfy me for now while I wait for a 6ft version!

  7. Well , type c to lighting cable looks more thicker than regular one.Since it comes with lifetime warranty, yes!It’s a no brainer cable you should go with!

  8. Cable material quality seems good, certainly thicker than the equivalent USB-A to Lightning cables but still pretty flexible. Certainly much more durable than any Apple cable I’ve used in the past.I tested this with 3 USB-PD chargers:- Aukey 18W charger: Charged at 12V, charger supports 5V/9V/12V- Anker hub with a USB-C PD port: Charged at 15V, charger supports 5V/9V/15V- Macbook 61W USB-C charger: Charged at 9V, charger supports 5.2V / 9V / 20.3VThis was with an iPad Pro 10.5 – from this testing it looks like the fastest charging is going to be from a USB-PD charger that supports 15V charging (which at least the Macbook charger I tested didn’t), so keep the voltages in mind when selecting a power brick, the highest wattage charger isn’t necessarily going to give you the faster overall charging speed.

  9. After experimenting with the USB-C cable from Apple and Anker I can say that this really is the first third party cable to utilise the fast charging over USB-C. Powered by a 30w adaptor (also made by Anker) my iPhone X gets a full charge in about 60 minutes.However, it’s not all awesome. One issue I’ve had is data over USB-C when trying to use the cable for updates and file transfers to my Surface Book 2. I had several errors updating my phone, backing it up, restoring, or moving files. One time an update resulted in a restore that was only successful after changing the cable out to the official Apple one.I’m not sure if this is an issue with my cable or my PC, but it really is a disappointment. Afterall, it’s nice to have a cable for both charging as well as fast file transfers.As for the quality and value, it’s only a few dollars less than Apples offering for the 3ft version. However, it seems much more durable comparatively. This does also mean that the cable is MUCH thicker in diameter and less flexible. It’s quite something, and worth mentioning for those who like items that are lightweight versus extremely durable.Overall I can’t wait to see more offerings in different lengths. But I really do hope to see an improvement on the data side of things.

  10. I’ve only had this for about a week, but it looks well made, was only $15.99, and it’s awesome to watch the phone gain a percent battery every 20-30 seconds