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Belkin’s First USB-C To Lightning Cable Released

Belkin has launched Boost Charge, the company’s first MFi-certified USB-C to Lightning cable.

Also USB-IF certified, the new cable ensures 100 per cent compatibility with all Apple Lightning-enabled devices and supports fast charging.

Belkin promises 50 per cent faster charging than the standard Lightning cable when used with a compatible charger.

The company says that the products are designed to seamlessly integrate to any environment to deliver fast and safe power at home, in the car, or on the go.

Smart circuitry detects the connected device to deliver optimal charging, while universal charging protocols such as USB-A, Lightning connectors and USB-C offer widespread compatibility.

The cable is 1.2m long, which is 33 per cent longer than standard USB cables with lightning connectors.

“The Boost Charge USB-C cable with lightning connector is a perfect accessory for iPhone and iPad users to have quick power boost and it has undergone stringent testing to ensure a safe and reliable connection,” said Kartik Bakshi, country manager, Belkin India.

“At Belkin, we’ve been persistent in pioneering innovations and introducing technology to simplify lives for 35 years.”

It is available in black or white and comes with two-year warranty.

Belkin joins Cygnett as another third-party company releasing USB-C to Lightning cables.

Cygnett launched its Armoured range of USB-C to Lightning cables at CES 2019, with Australian retailers receiving first shipment of the product in early March.

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