Why You Should Use a Certified MFi iPhone Charger
Press Release (ePRNews.com) - LEEDS, England - Jun 09, 2016 - When it comes to most cables lying around the house, a cheap replacement will do just fine. HDMI cables, Ethernet, Micro USB, (http://www.simplycables.co.uk/products/usb-to-micro-usb-cable) electrical cables – why pay high prices for the certified options when cheap ‘no name’ brands are just as effective?
That said, there is one kind of cable you have in your home that is the exception to this rule – and for many people, it is the most important: your iPhone charger cable. When it comes to these ‘lightning’ cables, the cheapest, flimsiest options on the market are just not going to cut it, and they can actually harm your phone.
MFi certified lightning cables – an expensive racket? Absolutely not.
You might look at the prices for one MFi certified iPhone 5 charger (http://www.simplycables.co.uk/products/iphone-5-charger) cable and balk, thinking “no way! I can buy 6 cheap cords from eBay for the same price!” While you can send your hard earned money to an eBay vendor and receive 6 cables in return, when you receive the products you will realise that you have just thrown your cash into the toilet.
These cheap, knock off cables are designed with no regard for customer satisfaction, usability or longevity. The same thing happens time and time again: you plug it in, and it works fine. The next day, it is a bit finicky, but you can jiggle it into place and with a hope and a prayer, it will eventually work – until it is jostled and stops charging. Within the week, it is completely dead and has to go in the bin. No signs of fraying, no threadbare wires – just a completely useless cable.
At best, this is an inconvenience. At worst, it can cause anxiety and panic as you rush around your home frantically looking for a working charging cable.
Cheap cables can damage your phone
In addition to wasting your time and causing you stress, a cheap lightning cable can damage the U2 IC battery components of your iPhone 5 or 6, frying it and necessitating a replacement. This can cost you a lot of money – and give you a massive headache.
The solution? Authentic Apple or otherwise MFi certified lightning cables
Your iPhone charger (http://www.simplycables.co.uk/products/iphone-5-charger) is important to every aspect of your life – you are likely to use it for work, school, and maybe even for its Apple Pay system to tap in and out of the tube. When it isn’t working, your day can get completely turned upside down as you scramble to figure out what’s wrong. Annoying – and completely preventable.
If you want to stop this cycle of cheap cables, panicked inefficiency and wasted time, you simply need to ensure that you are purchasing authentic lightning cables in the first place. Invest a tiny percentage more than you usually do on cheap cables, and you will be rewarded with reliability and peace of mind. Happy charging!Source : Simply Cables
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