Manufacturers develop Lightning interface chargers: Apple fans can meet their daily needs with a single cable
For a long time, the battery life of the iPhone is a problem that the majority of Apple fans need to consider when they go out, which not only contributes to the habit of many people not going out without a power bank, but also brings problems in the storage of cables.
The Lightning interface, which has been used since the iPhone 5, has certain technical advantages, but it also leads many users to put an additional Type-C cable and corresponding charger for the power bank in their bags, which brings a lot of trouble.
In fact, since the conventional Type-C to Lightning data cable supports reverse current output, theoretically, if the charger has a Lightning interface, it can charge devices with a Type-C interface.
Recently, some manufacturers have developed chargers with Lightning interface based on this feature. Users can connect the Lightning interface of the Type-C to Lightning data cable to the charger, and use the Type-C interface to charge the power bank.
This "groundbreaking" design has successfully solved the problem that Apple fans need to carry at least two cables when going out. Instead, you only need a Type-C to Lightning data cable to be able to take in most devices, including power banks.
In addition, this charger also has Type-C and USB-A interfaces, covering most of the charging ports that can be seen at present, and it can be said that all possibilities are considered in terms of compatibility.