About USB-C cables for the iPhone 15
The introduction of Apple's iPhone 15 series of smartphones is a watershed moment in the history of mobile computing, as it represents a shift
away from the proprietary Lightning connector, introduced in September 2012,to the USB-C connector used by Android phone manufacturers
as well as current generation Macbooks, other laptop computers, and consumer electronics.
The iPhone is switching from Lightning to USB-C.
The iPhone 15 has arrived and among the usual new colors and camera upgrades, the new iPhones have ditched the Lightning port
for USB-C like the iPad and Mac. So what does the new port mean for new iPhone users? Here's everything you need to know.
You’ll need a new USB-C-to-USB-C cable to charge the iPhone 15
We have launched a variety of colors and wattages of super soft silicone-covered cotton mesh USB-C cable for iPhone 15.
Multiple style,multiple choices,always one option fif for you！
After years of lugging around a separate connector just for iPhones, the same charger we use for most headphones, laptops, and gaming
consoles now works for the newest iPhone, and that's great all the way around. No longer needing a proprietary connector means
less cord clutter overall. But it also means we have to be careful about what we plug in!
Unlike the old Lightning port, the iPhone 15 Pro’s charging
port will deliver faster data transfer speeds.
According to the tech specs, all iPhone 15 models will provide “up to 50 percent charge in 30 minutes with a 20W or higher charger.
The the same language used in the iPhone 14 tech specs, though in practice, the iPhone 14 Pro
models charged slightly faster than the non-Pro models when using 30W chargers.
The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus are capped at 480Mbps like Lightning, but the iPhone
15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max support faster USB 3 speeds of up to 10Gbps
Using the industry standard USB-C connector, the iPhone 15 and the iPhone 15 Plus support
USB PD 18W charging, with USB 2.0 data rates (480 Mbps),
whereas the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max support USB PD charge rates of up to 29W with
USB 3.2 Gen 2x1 data rates (10Gbps)
That means depending on what USB-C cable you buy, your iPhone's charging rate and data transfer speeds may vary from optimal
to just good enough to painfully slow. Fortunately, I've connected with industry experts to round up the very best USB-C
cables you can buy for your new iPhone, top pick being the Occcable up 60W to 240W USB-C Cable for USB 2.0
Maximum 240W power output, fast charging your phones, tablets and laptops
Flash Charging Compatibility
Intelligent Identification Type-C Fast Charging
Support 240W super Fast Charging Series, Downward Compatible Many Devices
Supports PD240W(Max), which is suitable for fast charging charger, Laptop/tablet/phone /Switch can be charged
Experience ultra-fast charging with a powerful 240W capacity
Enjoy worry-free charging while keeping your valuable information secure. The connector is nickel plated to enhance conductivity, providing a stableand efficient charging experience
It is a fast charge cable that also supports data transfer. It is a USBC to USBC cable and it is compatible with MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and iPad Pro
The best USB-C 2.0 cables
You'll want to choose these cables if you have an iPhone 15 or an iPhone 15 Plus or need a USB
PD-capable charging cable for an iPhone 15 Pro or iPhone 15 Pro Max.
iPhone 15 Series Switches to USB-C Ports with Two Transfer Speeds
Two-color braided cable, silicone + nylon braided jacket
Colorful USB-C Cables with Enhanced Braiding
It is made from a new liquid silicone+Nylon Braided Jacket material which is surprisingly
soft to the touch with nylon wire to provide
exceptional durability and flexibility to withstand more than 10,000 bending tests. Surely,
this will help you save money on cables that wear out easily