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Charging Cable for AirPods

A charging cable for AirPods is essential because it provides the means to replenish the device's battery, ensuring it remains functional. It connects the AirPods' charging case to a power source, such as a charger or computer, allowing for efficient and timely recharging and keeping your music pumping.



More about Charging Cable for AirPods

Anker's AirPods and AirPods Pro charger cables are an exceptional choice for those seeking reliability and top-notch performance. First and foremost, our cables are high-speed marvels. With a maximum output of 140W and compatibility with USB Power Delivery 3.1, our USB C cables for AirPods Pro offer rapid charging for your AirPods Pro 2 model, allowing you to resume your music adventure in an instant.

Moreover, our cables are designed to endure. Despite featuring ultra-slim designs, they are strong enough to withstand up to 175 lbs and have an astonishing 35,000-bend lifespan, making them more robust than ever before. Lastly, the premium design of our Lightning cables, featuring curved edges and polished stainless steel, greatly enhances their aesthetic appeal and adds a touch of elegance to your charging setup.

In short, Anker’s AirPods charging cables embody excellence in every aspect, no matter if it is charging speed, build quality, or design. Given this, they're the ultimate choice for discerning individuals who demand nothing but the best for their AirPods.

FAQ about Charging Cable for AirPods

Do AirPods charge with USB-C or Lightning?

This depends. Most older AirPods models like AirPods (1st generation), AirPods (2nd generation), and so on come with the Lightning port and need a Lightning-port cable. However, new models like the AirPods Pro 2 released in September 2022 use the USB-C port, which means you’ll need a USB-C cable to charge them.

How to choose a third-party cable for your AirPods?

When choosing a third-party AirPods or AirPods Pro charging cable, consider the following factors to ensure efficient charging:

Cable Type: Determine whether you need a Lightning cable or a USB-C cable, depending on the AirPods model you have.

Certifications: Look for cables that are MFi or USB-IF certified to ensure compatibility and safety.

Durability: Consider cables made of high-quality materials like nylon braiding or reinforced connectors to withstand wear and tear. A great example is the Anker 765 USB-C to USB-C Cable (140W Nylon) which can withstand over 35,000 bends.

Length: Choose a cable length that suits your needs. Shorter cables are more portable, while longer ones provide flexibility.

Is it safe to leave my AirPods charging overnight?

Yes, leaving your AirPods charging overnight is generally a safe practice. This is because the AirPods have built-in mechanisms that can automatically cut off power once the battery is full, effectively preventing damage to the battery. However, it's a good practice to unplug them once they are fully charged to extend the battery's overall lifespan.

How to safely charge your AirPods?

To safely charge your AirPods and prolong their battery life, follow these tips:

Use Quality Accessories: Use genuine Apple chargers and cables or high-quality third-party accessories like the Anker 762 USB-C to Lightning Cable (3ft / 6ft Nylon) to ensure charging efficiency and safety.

Avoid Extreme Temperatures: Charge your AirPods in a cool, dry place. Extreme temperatures (both hot and cold) can negatively impact battery health.

Keep Clean: Ensure the charging contacts on the AirPods and the case are clean and free from debris, which can affect the charging process.

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