Full Range Of USB Data Sync & Charger Cables For Apple Devices
Apple Standard 5V and 9V Fast Charging – What’s the difference?
The right cables can make all the difference to the rate of charge on your Apple devices, however not all of them are fast charge compatible, and only some iPads in the last few years have been supplied with a USB-C to Lightning, or a USB-C to USB-C cable for adaptive fast charging.
Never-the-less, you can still use standard USB Cables (USB Type A Male) with the right connector for your device – but remember to ensure that the mains charger you are using is compatible too. For iPhones, you can get away with a minimum of 5W, that’s 5V/1A. For iPads – and 10W minimum, and most consumers who’ve purchase an iPad in the last 5 to 6 years would have been supplied a 12W power adapter, that’s rated 5V/2.4A.
Can I charge my iPhone faster?
You can, but only if it is an iPhone 8 Model, or later. None of the earlier models have this function built in. Whilst you can still use USB-C to Lightning (8 Pin) for nearly every iPhone if you would rather use a USB-C Charger which are often more compact than a standard charger too – that’s fine; they will still work and a little more efficiently – but older model iPhones, e.g. iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s and all its predecessors - and all iPads before 2018 do not have actual fast features built in.
JuicEBitz has a great selection of charger cables available for Apple devices including this USB-C to Lightning (8 Pin) Cable that can be used with all USB-C PD Chargers, and any device with the standard connection we’ve all been accustomed to for the last 10 years, providing you have a USB-C PD Charger to connect at the mains.
If you’re looking for any USB mains charger or data transfer cables for Apple devices, explore our latest range today. Or don’t hesitate to contact our team for more information.