[MFi certified]Best Unbreakable Lightning to USB Charge and Sync Cable for Iphone, Ipad and Android devices

Apple makes fantastic mobile products, but its flimsy USB lightning cable deteriorates too quickly. One of the most common problems faced by iPhone and iPad owners is a frayed Lightning connector. Surely there must be tougher, more rugged options?

The obvious solution is to go back to the Apple store and claim the warranty (or AppleCare if you have it). Another options is to ditch Apple's cable altogether and get something better made by a third party.

Papalook's data cable is the unanimous choice among several tech reviewers, and it has rave reviews on Amazon too. For just $12.99, you get an MFi-certified cable, specialized to resist fraying. And it charges all Apple devices and android gadgets at full speed.

Papalook claims to use nylon cables that can withstand bending up to 8,000 times. Bending is the primary reason why usb cable keep breaking. The company has reinforced the stress point around the Lightning pin, which is where most cables fray. Where the Apple cable seems flimsy, this seems sturdy.

And all that is without sacrificing compactness. Some sturdy iphone charger cables end up with a fat casing around the Lightning pin connector, which makes it difficult to connect if your iPhone has a case. Papalook's micro usb cable has no such issues, and fits comfortably wherever the standard Apple Lightning cable can go.
ausdom 27 april 2017, 10:34
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