I just upgraded to the newest 12.9 iPad Pro. So now I have a USB-C cable. My iPhone XS Max and 9.7 iPad (2017) still use Lightning. How can I best make use of all my existing cables?
Is there a wall plug or equivalent that has multiple USB-C inputs (female)? Then I could get a couple of cables that go from USB-C to Lightning.
Is there an adapter that goes into USB-A with a USB-C on th end?
And what about the different charging rates (fast charge, etc.)?
What about battery packs that only accept USB-A — what can I do to use them to charge a USB-C device?
I hate to simply discard drawer of chargers, etc.
Looking for insight from someone who understands the optimum collections of wall chargers, cables, battery packs, hubs, etc.
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I have been very happy with my Satechi charger, and they offer a broad range of products for USB C.
As tech rolls forward, we’re unfotunately all forced to keep updating our infrastructure.
I’m a big fan of the new Anker GaN chargers - USB C chargers that have high wattage in a small size For example, the 30w charger that’s just a little bigger than the 5w iPhone chargers and the 60w dual USB C charger the same size as the since Apple MacBook USB C 30w charger. Check them out on amazon below. Usually on sale below normal retail price.