Durable lightning to USB cable

Samtb

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What's the most durable lightning to USB cables, which doesn't give you an unsupported accessory message? I know they're all bad but which is the best out of them? Belkin? Anker? Syncwire?
 

willmtaylor

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CaptMarvel

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As others have said, Anker. Their latest is the Powerline +, which may be a little more expensive than the others but for the product and customer service you get if anything ever goes wrong, it's worth it. I own numerous Anker cables, lightning and micro USB.
 
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Samtb

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As others have said, Anker. Their latest is the Powerline +, which may be a little more expensive than the others but for the product and customer service you get if anything ever goes wrong, it's worth it. I own numerous Anker cables, lightning and micro USB.
Are their powercore products good too? The portable chargers
 

deeddawg

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I like Anker products.

I've never broken a Lightning cable. I have OEM, Amazon Basics, and Monoprice. All have been rock solid with no issues.

Just don't buy the crap $1 cables at the convenience store and instead ensure what you buy is MFI certified