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iPhone Lightning Cables 4-Pack (2x 3ft + 2x 6ft) $15.36 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Arshcea Amazon AU

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C2SRP8ZZ

ArshceaiPhone Charger Cable iPhone Charging Cable MFi Certified

Gray Here $ 15.36 iphone cable
Black Here $ 15.37 iphone cable

Please use code :C2SRP8ZZ

【Fast Charging & Syncing】:MFi certified lightning cable contains a unique authorization chip issued by Apple,ensure a maximum charging speed up to 2.4A and good for cellphone’s battery life. Its durability, connectivity,reliability, error-free information, 100% guaranteed performance.
【High-quality design】:The iPhone Charger Cable Covered with Nylon braided jacket and core material. In addition, aluminum connector shell adds more protection, supports 10000+ bending times and 10000+ repeated unplugging. Nylon material is stress and stretch resistant and protects against day-to-day wear and tear.
【4Pack iPhone lightning cable】:4 pack charging cord comes with 2 different length charging cord, 2pcs 3ft and 2pcs 6ft for syncing and charging, meet your needs wherever at home, at office, at school, in the car and other different occasions.
【Strong compatibility】: All iPhone lightning cable support IOS12,test to compatible with latest iPhone 11 Pro Max XS/ XS MAX/ XR/ X/ 8/ 8Plus/ 7/ 7Plus/ 6Plus/ 6s Plus/ 6s/ 6/ 5s/ 5c/ 5, iPad Air/ Air 2, iPad mini / mini 2 / mini 3, iPad (4th generation), iPod nano (7th generation) and iPod touch(5th generation)
【12 Months Customer Service】:Arshcea iPhone charger cord offer 7/24 customer service.Feel free to contact our customer service team if you have any questions,we will resolve your issue within 24 hours.

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closed Comments

  • +3 votes

    Can you share MFi confirmation please?

  • +2 votes

    Please list lengths in metric.

    3ft = 0.9m
    6ft = 1.8m

  • +2 votes

    Users previous posts all mention these were not truly mfi. Not sure how this user is able to keep posting here.

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    i got the black ones last time they were posted here, quick delivery and they work good, thanks OP
    if they last me a year ill be happy

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      Hi
      https://mfi.apple.com/account/accessory-search
      We are MFI certified. You can find our brand Arshcea on MFI website
      Thanks

      • Please include the model number in your deal description so that users can check against the MFI website. Thanks.

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        Some brands only registered several models, hence we need the exact model info. Please respond to moocher’s request.

      • +1 vote

        If these are MFI certified, they are the first cables I've encountered which don't list it on the packaging. It does list compatible models of phones/ipads but doesn't even mention the term "apple". Feels very off.

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    https://www.amazon.com.au/product-reviews/B08XYMCD84/ref=acr...

    Reviews aren't good once the cables have been used for a while. As others have requested - model number to verify that these specific cables are MFI certified. Otherwise your claim is fraudulent, or at worst misleading.

  • +2 votes

    I bought the same brand in the past. (https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B07HCCP9J1/)

    These are trash and die after 2-3 months. i.e. not MFI certified

    Stick to the Kmart ones.

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    MFI Website
    Dear all,
    About the model in the MFI website is the cables design so the same design but different color are the same model number.
    Regarding what I mentioned in the previous deal this model number is Hao-GR001
    There are also have good reviews on our products, not only have negative
    If you have any questions when you received the goods, you can contact us.
    Thanks for everyone support.

    • +1 vote

      dear please tell us why your packaging does not have Made for iPhone or Made for iPhone / iPad / iPod label

      is it to save printing costs so that you can pass on the savings to the consumer?

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        Good point, where did you find the packaging? Is the model number on its label exact the same as rep mentioned?

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      Can you take a picture of the package label with the model number? I once got a cable whose model on the package was not the one sale rep claimed. Or you can update the listing on Amazon with the model number, as I need evidence to dispute with Amazon in case it isn’t as advertised.

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    Thanks OP I bought it in the last deal the cable work very well.

    • +2 votes

      Thanks OP I bought it in the last deal the cable work very well.

      @Sally90
      member since December 2020
      store rep herself!
      has more posts than comments

      just happens to support this MFI/ non MFI cable

      nothing suss here at all

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    Any alternative to these in similar price tag (don't mind just two cables instead of set of four)?

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    I have this cable a month ago, and it works well still now

    • +2 votes

      I have this cable a month ago, and it works well still now

      @Danny
      member since feb 2021
      5 comments made since he began commenting 5 hours ago
      and happens to support this MFI/ non MFI cable

      nothing suss here at all :)

  • +1 vote

    For those interested in the packaging, I've thrown a (bad) pic up so you can see for yourselves what I got when I ordered last time around. Just heading to the postoffice in a tick to send back to amazon.
    https://imgur.com/gallery/8NA04aR

    • +2 votes

      thank you so much for the imager micro

      OP dear, from the apple MFI website

      To identify counterfeit or uncertified cables and accessories, look carefully at the accessory's packaging and at the accessory itself. Certified third-party accessories have the MFi badge on their packaging:

      Op dear please explain why your packaging does not have the MFI badge on your packaging, despite you repeatedly insisting that the cables are indeed MFI

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      Thanks mate for the pic, there's absolutely no model number as declared by rep. This post has earned a downvote from me.

  • +1 vote

    one more point based on the original post :
    "【Strong compatibility】: All iPhone lightning cable support IOS12,test to compatible with latest iPhone 11 Pro Max XS/ XS MAX/ XR/ X/ 8/ 8Plus/ 7/ 7Plus/ 6Plus/ 6s Plus/ 6s/ 6/ 5s/ 5c/ 5, iPad Air/ Air 2, iPad mini / mini 2 / mini 3, iPad (4th generation), iPod nano (7th generation) and iPod touch(5th generation)"

    We are currently up to iOS 14.5 and things like iphone 12's exist as do newer ipads. If they are supported officially why not say so. Which is the purpose behind the mfi program, if it works it works.