You’ll pay Apple $50 for an adapter and cable to fast charge your iPhone – get these instead for $20

Maren Estrada

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Apple’s iPhones from the past few years all support 18W fast charging, which is awesome. But Apple only includes cheap 5W chargers in the boxes with its iPhones, which is decidedly not awesome. If you want to buy the USB-C to Lightning cable and 18W USB-C wall charger that you need to charge your iPhone more than three times faster, you’ll have to pay about $50 to get them from Apple. That’s ridiculous, because we’ve got a pair of sales for you on Thursday that will get you the same result for less than half the price. Use the coupon code UGREEN493 at checkout and you can pick up a UGREEN USB-C to Lightning Cable for just $6.99. Then clip the 5% coupon to snag a UGREEN 18W USB-C Charger for just $13.29, and you’ll be fast charging your iPhone for a grand total of only $20.28!

UGREEN USB-C to Lightning Cable

  • Fast Charge Your iPhone With PD Charging: With this USB Type C to Lightning Cable, an iPhone 8 or above versions can be charged from zero to 50% in just 30 minutes, meaning a charging speed that is almost twice as fast as using a standard charger and cable. That can make a big difference if you need to top up a device before you leave the home or office. Fast charging also works on Apple’s newest iPad models like the 10.5-inch iPad Air.
  • Compatible With Newest iPhones and Ipad: This cable is compatible with any USB-C Power Delivery charger ranging from 18W all the way up to the 87W USB-C Power Delivery Charger. Just plug this cable into the charger, fast charge your iPhone 8, 8 Plus, X, XR, XS, XS Max, and the latest model.
  • MFi Certified(PPID: 219693-0118): Since this USB C to Lightning Cable is MFi-certified, you won’t have any problems with it refusing to work with your Apple devices.
  • Data Transfer Up to 480Mbps: As well as supporting fast charging, this USB type c to lightning cable also supports data transfer between your iPhone and USB-C laptop or desktop. The data transfer rates up to 480Mbps. 1G large files will be finished in 25s. Ideal to take advantage of existing USB-C devices charging and syncing for your newest iPhone.
  • Multi-Function Cable: UGREEN’s cable includes built-in overvoltage protection and is tested for up 15,000 bends, making it a durable product. It features a reinforced connector to avoid tangles and damage from over-bending.

UGREEN 18W USB-C Charger

  • 18W USB C Charger: Equipped with a USB Type C port, UGREEN PD 3.0 charger provides you Max 18W output power, faster charging your latest iPhone 8 Plus or Pixel 3. It also supports PD 2.0, QC 4.0, QC 3.0 and 2.0 quick charge. Charging iPhone Xs up to 50% in just 30 minutes.
  • Broad Compatibility: PD charger works excellently for iPhone XR/XS Max/XS/X/8Plus/8, iPad Pro 11 inch/iPad Pro 12.9(2018)/iPad Air 3/iPad Mini(2019), Google Pixel 3a XL/Pixel 3a/3 XL/2 XL/2/XL/Pixel, Nintendo Switch, Samsung Galaxy Note10+/Note10/S10+/S10/S10e/A70/A80/S9/S8/Note10/9/8, LG G5/G6/G7/V20/V30/V40/V50 ThinQ, Motorola Moto G7 Plus, HTC 10 U12+, and more.
  • Safe Charging: With the intelligent chip inside, USB C wall charger matches the current as your device’s need automatically. Over-current, over-voltage and short-circuit protection effectively protect your devices from damage and ensure the safer charging overnight.
  • Compact Size: With the small size of 1.99″x 1.66″x 0.9″ (without prongs), the power delivery charger ensures you maximum portability wherever you go.
  • Worry-Free Warranty: UGREEN 18W USB C fast charger is backed with 18 months warranty and customer support. Package includes USB C Charger x 1 (Charging cable not included).

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