How do you fancy getting your hands on an extremely reliable MFi-certified Lightning cable which offers longevity and reliability? We all need cables for our devices so it makes perfect sense to pick up a reliable option with a very notable price reduction in place.

This particular cable is a USB 3.0 to Lightning option which is perfect for all Lighting-enabled Apple devices. This includes the iPhone, iPad (including Apple’s latest iPad Pro models), Magic Mouse 2, and even the Siri Remote which comes with Apple TV. All of those devices have a requirement for a Lightning cable to be able to be charged or to sync data with a laptop. Apple provides a cable with its expensive devices but that doesn’t mean that it stands the test of time.

That’s where third-party cables like Xcentz come into their own. The first thing to note here is that this Xcentz cable is certified via the MFi Program. That means it has been designed and engineered with Apple’s high standards in mind and tested to ensure that it adheres to that level of quality. That MFi certification means that you won’t be seeing any “this accessory is not supported” messages popping up on your iPhone display at the most inopportune of times. The cable has also been designed to be incredibly durable.

It comes with metal aluminum alloy connectors with bulletproof braided nylon that immediately improves the durability of the cable and prevents fraying. Xcentz claims that the cable is up to 10x stronger than other cables on the market due to the fact that it can withstand over 30,000 bends and hold up to 175 pounds in weight. You shouldn’t be trying to use a Lightning cable as a way of suspending heavy objects but if you wanted to do that, then you know this cable is going to be up to the task.

At $8.99, this is a great offer for a very reliable cable which is going to be reliable and able to stand the test of time for all of your devices.

Buy: Xcentz iPhone Charger 6ft, Apple MFi Certified from Amazon: $8.99 | Original price: $16

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