fastest cable...29 plus watts?

Chicagogirlie

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You may want to check the reviews on Aplle’s site re: lightening to USB-C cables. They do fall apart. I found some at Newegg.com (monoprice didn’t have them) with much better reviews and ordered a handful too for what I would have paid for apple’s cheap cables.

It does come at this cost though...

https://fee.org/articles/this-is-the-real-reason-your-iphone-cables-break/
The USB-C to USB-C is thicker and does not fall apart.

I personally use a Belkin cable in my car. I've heard good things about Anker cables, too.

But really I recommend any cable with Made for iPhone certification, which should be as good as Apple's.
 

Chicagogirlie

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I meant USB-C to lightening cable, regardless all Apple OEM cables fall apart yet it does very by user with how they handle the cables. Read the article I posted above for more info.

Yes, I buy the Anker brand too, thanks!
 

Peter K.

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You may want to check the reviews on Aplle’s site re: lightening to USB-C cables. They do fall apart. I found some at Newegg.com (monoprice didn’t have them) with much better reviews and ordered a handful too for what I would have paid for apple’s cheap cables.

It does come at this cost though...

https://fee.org/articles/this-is-the-real-reason-your-iphone-cables-break/
Good read. Thanks.

Regarding your original question, there are no MFi-certified USB-C to Lightning cables...YET.
 
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