Almost all of my mobile devices are charged via two types of USB cable; Apple’s propriety lightning connection or the industry standard Micro USB connection, and it seems to be the same for most mobile devices on the market.
This 1.2 metre long cable has a standard USB 2.0 connector on one end, to be plugged into a power plug or computer, and on the other end is a Micro USB connector. This can be changed to a lightning cable using the included adapter. Both ends of the cable also come with protective covers for keeping them safe when you have the cable stashed in a bag. … Continue Reading “Review: Inateck 2 in 1 Micro USB Cable with Apple Lightning Adapter 1,2m (EC2001L)”