Anker unveils line of 12-inch MacBook compatible cables including USB-C to Lightning

Popular accessory maker Anker has flaunted its approaching lineup of USB-C cables and adapters including USB-C to USB 2.0, 3.0, and USB-C solutions. Particularly fascinating for 12-inch MacBook users is Anker’s USB-C to Lightning cable– the very first that I’ve seen from a respectable supplier– which will certainly allow users to connect iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches with Lightning ports directly to Apple’s USB Type C-only notebook for charging and syncing.

MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015)


Apple presently just offers 3 USB-C adapters including its$19 USB-C to USB Adapter for use with standard USB accessories and$79 USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter and USB-C VGA Multiport Adapter.

It likewise offers a$29 USB-C Charge Cable television which connects to its$ 49 29W USB-C Power Adapter for charging the new MacBook. As we have actually not yet seen a USB-C to Lightning cable from Apple, Anker’s upcoming PowerLine USB-C to Lightning cable television especially interesting.

Preferably, it ‘d be valuable to see a whole line of USB Type C-based power adapters fit for iPhones and iPads in the future to make transitioning from the conventional port to the brand-new, reversible port possible without adapters. Anker hasn’t revealed pricing details for the majority of its PowerLine USB-C cable televisions

Anker USB-C to Lightning Micro USB

including the likewise useful USB-C to Micro USB cable in the lineup, which would be helpful for restoring Apple TVs, updating Beats headphones firmware, or charging most power bricks or other devices. The PowerLine USB-C to USB 2.0 cable television is priced at $15.99 and readily available for pre-order, though, while the rest of

the lineup is explained as ‘ coming quickly’without extra details. Anker signs up with Apple, Belkin, and Google in addition to other accessory makers in providing USB-C cable televisions and adapters for use with Apple’s brand-new 12-inch MacBook and other USB-C computers like Google’s most current Chromebook Pixel which consists of a port on either side.

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