Tripp Lite USB C to Lightning Sync-Charging Cable Heavy Duty 2.0 M-M iPhone iPad 3ft
3 ft. USB-C Cable Charges and Syncs Your Latest-Generation iPhone, iPad and iPod
This USB-C sync/charge cable (M/M) connects your iPhone, iPad or iPod to the USB-C port on your MacBook Pro, Windows laptop, car charger or wall charger. It allows you to charge and power your Apple device, while simultaneously syncing and transferring image files and other personal data at USB 2.0 speeds up to 480 Mbps. The cable is backward compatible with previous USB generations, allowing you to use it with older equipment.
Heavy-Duty Aramid Fiber Construction Designed to Endure the Stress of Everyday Use
The M102-003-HD is tested to withstand over 150,000 bends without failing, thanks to its advanced bulletproof Aramid fiber construction. Its double-braided nylon exterior is also built to withstand wear and tear over a long period. The nylon braiding also resists tangles. Integral strain relief gives the cable extra flexibility, reduces stress and helps the cable move freely without cracking or breaking loose from the connectors.
Reversible C94 Lightning and USB Type-C Plugs Connect in Either Direction
The reversible connectors plug into their respective ports in either direction for an instant connection every time. While the cable is compatible with all USB-C ports, the C94 Lightning connector is designed for optimal charging performance with Apple's 18W USB-C power adapter.
MFi-Certified for Broad Device Compatibility
The 20V 3A (60W) Lightning cable is MFi-certified for use with the latest generation of iPhone, iPad and iPod devices.
- 2-year limited warranty
- Durable double-braided exterior resists tangles and withstands long-term wear and tear
- Reversible plugs connect in either direction for immediate no-fuss use
- Supports USB 2.0 speeds up to 480 Mbps to ensure reliable data transfers
- MFi-certified for broad compatibility with your Apple iPhone, iPad or iPod
- Bulletproof Aramid fiber allows cable to bend over 150,000 times without failing