Anker to Launch USB-C to Lightning Cables in March
Anker right now stated that it plans to launch its first USB-C to Lightning cables in March 2019. Anker’s Powerline+ USB-C to Lightning cables will function an aluminum shell and protecting braided nylon for sturdiness, whereas the Powerline model will function aramid fiber for improved energy.
The cables might be accessible in each three and six-foot lengths, with pricing to be introduced at a later date.
Anker can also be popping out with a USB-C to Lightning Audio Adapter, designed for Macs with USB-C ports and the brand new iPad Professional. The adapter will permit Lightning headphones to be plugged right into a USB-C port. The USB-C to Lightning Audio Adapter is about to launch in April 2019.
Beginning tomorrow, Anker is launching its Powerport Atom PD 1, the smallest 30W charger available on the market. Priced at $29.99, it makes use of gallium nitride, a brand new materials that is being utilized in extremely small chargers for warmth dissipation functions. Anker’s new Powerport Atom PD 1 and the upcoming cables might be accessible on Amazon.
Together with Anker, a number of different corporations are popping out with USB-C to Lightning cables within the close to future. Belkin and Griffin each have Lightning to USB-C cables coming within the close to future at costs beginning at $24.99 and $19.99, respectively.
Previous to 2019, Apple made the one official USB-C to Lightning cables accessible for buy, that are priced beginning at $19.