In this era of iPhone 4 upgrade to the iPhone 5, Apple officially introduced Micro USB to DOCK, Micro USB to Lightning two conversion heads, these connectors were used between old and new products. Since entering the Lightning era, Apple has unified its interface and the converter has withdrawn from the mainstream market.
It can be seen that these converters have market requirements when the device interface is upgraded. The manufacturer from Shenzhen has keenly discovered this business opportunity and launched a USB-C to Lightning converter.
At present, USB-C to USB-C cable has been gradually popularized, and Apple has over-extended USB-C to Lightning cable; currently these two cables will coexist in the market for a long time, and the standard is not uniform, so consumers have to carry multiple cables when they have to go out. At this time, the market demand for the converters has returned.
The charger network learned from the vendor's promotional materials that this USB-C to Lightning converter will be built in Apple C89 and C94 connectors, which are Apple's upcoming MFi-certified fast-charge chips. With these chips, USB-C to Lightning cable can achieve USB PD fast charging for iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and other mobile phones.
With this idea, will you pay for it?