iPhone, iPad, MacBook, AirPods … the more Apple gear we collect, the more important is it to have a multiple-charging cable. The inCharge X Max — a six-in-one cable with Lightning, USB-C and more — cuts down on the clutter in your bag with its compact design and multiple connections.
As the Cult of Mac review of the inCharge X says, these cables are “adaptable enough to enable almost any type of Apple device to get power from almost any charger.” And now you can get a two-pack of these multi-tip cables at a new low price: just $34.97 for two.
Multiple-charging cable: charge everything with just one cable
Using the original inCharge cable, one of the most successful multiple-charging cable projects on IndieGogo, as a starting point, the inCharge X Max is built to come with you. Unlike the much shorter inCharge X, the inCharge X Max’s 5-foot length provides plenty of distance to charge while still using your iPhone.
This multiple-charging cable’s braided copper core is covered with aramid fiber, which is reinforced with nylon. The connectors’ metal housings come with TPU collars to easily withstand flexing and bending. And at a weight of just 3.1 ounces, the cable can drop into your pocket as easily as a bag.
The cable’s hinged metal housings provide Lightning, USB-C, USB-A and micro-USB connectors wired into the cable. That means you won’t find yourself trying to ferret out a loose converter from the depths of your bag. Plus, the inCharge X Max’s power-regulation chip controls charging speed for easy connection to any power source, without forsaking fast charging.
6-in-1 cable combines power with convenience
The inCharge X Max supports data-transfer rates of up to 480 Mbps. With it, you can move your snapshots and other files off your iPhone and onto your MacBook quickly. It also supports power transfer, so you can charge your iPhone while managing your data.
Stop searching for the right cable. Get a two-pack of inCharge X Max cables for $34.97. That’s 48% off the multi-charging cable’s $78 MSRP. The sale ends at 11:59 p.m. Pacific on February 25, 2024.
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