The 4″ Anker PowerLine Lightning Cable Is a Must-Have Battery Pack Accessory

If you have an iPhone and tend to use a portable battery pack when you’re on the go, but dread having to lug around a long cable — only to have to wrap it around the battery pack so it doesn’t look unsightly — you really need to check out the 4″ Anker Powerline Lightning cable.

The 4" Anker PowerLine Lightning Cable Is a Must-Have Battery Pack Accessory

Available in a 2-pack on Amazon for $12.99, no battery pack is complete without these Apple MFi-certified lightning cables. Gone are the days where I had to find myself having a bulge in my back pocket, as now with the Anker Powerline cable I can comfortably sit in public with my battery pack and charge up on the go thanks to the cable. Anker is well-known for having quality cables, and the Powerline series are no different promising over 5,000 bends and twists without fraying, something I can comfortably say isn’t the case with even Apple’s cables. Since each of the cables is only four inches, I usually just leave them attached to my battery packs when not in use so I won’t end up losing them. If something, however, does go wrong, Anker has an 18-month warranty that you can reach out to if something does happen to go wrong.

The 4" Anker PowerLine Lightning Cable Is a Must-Have Battery Pack Accessory

The Powerline options are available in both Lightning and micro-USB, and I’m hoping that Anker soon releases a version for Type-C cables since a few of their latest battery packs do come with a charge from USB Type-C option.

The 4" Anker PowerLine Lightning Cable Is a Must-Have Battery Pack Accessory

A great option for anyone who’s always on the go and doesn’t want to carry around the cable they typically charge their devices from, the Anker Powerline is a must have accessory for both Lightning and micro-USB users. And with its current price, it’s an absolute steal.

For more information on the Anker Powerline Lightning cable, you can head over to Amazon today.

Source: Manufacturer supplied review unit

What I Like: Cables short enough to pocket with your battery pack without bulge

What Needs Improvement: Some people may want to go for an 8-inch cable if you plan on using in a bag to walk and charge

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Greg Alston
Diehard Apple fanboy, and lover of all things tech. Born and raised in Washington, DC, Greg enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, family and friends, live sporting events, good bourbon, Tetris, and pizza. In that order.