The following are the four most frequently used types of USB cables.
USB-A: This is a classic USB cord that we all know and love. It's rectangular and is commonly found on computers and chargers.
USB-C: This is a newer, more versatile connector that is becoming increasingly popular. It's reversible, meaning you can plug it in either way, and it can support faster data transfer speeds and higher power delivery than older USB types.
This is mostly used for connecting small devices like microphones, speakers, power banks
, earphones, and toys. It features a rounded top and a flat bottom in shape.
Lightning: This is the main cable used for connecting Apple devices, including iPhones, iPads, iPods, etc—perfect for Apple users who want to keep their devices charged and connected.