Collection: Telephone cables

View our range of cables to charge your smartphone, connect it to a PC, etc. Choose the right cable for your smartphone. Most cables are available in two lengths (150 cm and 300 cm). Order the cable separately, in DUOPACK or per 5 pieces.

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Which cable do I need for my smartphone or tablet?

Phone charging cables are available with different connections such as Apple Lightning, USB-C, USB and Micro-USB. To purchase the right charging cable, it is important to know which port your phone has. If necessary, consult the manual, store or manufacturer. Apple Lightning is the standard connection for the iPhone and iPad. A USB-C connection is common for Android smartphones and tablets. Some older models have a Micro-USB connection. The telephone cables at MOJOGEAR are 150 cm long, which is slightly longer than normal. In addition, most cables also have a 300 cm variant.

Types of telephone cables

At MOJOGEAR we have cables for almost all smartphones. Below we describe the different types.

Apple Lightning to USB cable

An Apple Lightning to USB cable only works on Apple products such as the iPhone, iPad and Airpods. At the other end (right in the image) is a USB connector that you can plug into an adapter/power adapter or a laptop/PC. Make sure that the Lightning cable you buy contains an original Apple chip. This way you can charge your device safely. The MOJOGEAR Lightning cables contain an original Apple chip.

Apple Lightning to USB-C cable

Do you want to quickly charge an iPhone 8 or newer, iPad or Airpods via USB Power Delivery? Then you need a Lightning to USB-C cable . Connect the cable to the USB-C port of a power bank or a USB-C power adapter of 18 Watts or more. With this cable you can also connect your phone to the USB-C port of a MacBook or computer.

USB-C to USB cable

Most new phones from Samsung, Huawei, Sony and OnePlus and the latest iPad Pro models can be charged with a USB-C to USB cable . A USB-C cable is ideal for charging your USB-C device quickly and safely. On the further side of the cable there is a USB connector (right in photo), which you can connect to a power block, power bank or USB port in your computer. The MOJOGEAR USB-C to USB cables support fast charging up to 4A (for Quickcharge, Oppo VOOC and OnePlus Fast Charging).

USB-C to USB-C cable

Does your smartphone and the power bank, power bank or computer with which you want to charge your phone have a USB-C connection? Then a USB-C to USB-C cable is what you are looking for. These cables work with newer phones from Samsung, Huawei, and OnePlus, as well as other devices with a USB-C port, including the iPad Pro, MacBook, and other laptops. The MOJOGEAR USB-C to USB-C cables support extra fast charging up to 100W (5A/20V). This means you can charge your device very quickly with the right adapter or power bank. In addition, the cables are suitable for extra fast data transfer via USB 3.1 up to 10 Gbit/s.

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What is the ideal length of a charging cable?

Think carefully in advance what you are going to use the cable for. A 3-meter cable may be useful if you want to continue using your phone while lying on the couch. A 1.5 meter cable is a more suitable length for in the car or if you want to transfer data from your laptop to your phone, for example. Therefore, consider what you need the cable for to choose the ideal length.

Buy the right smartphone cable

Hopefully the above information gives you a better idea of ​​the different telephone cables and helps you make a choice. Our telephone cables are also available in a duo pack or value pack. Take a look at the options and read other people's experiences with the telephone cables in our range.

What is USB?

USB stands for Universal Serial Bus and is one of the most common connections for electronics. The standard USB connection is also called USB-A. Within USB-A there are different versions that can transfer information at different speeds. Many power banks or chargers are also equipped with a USB-A connection. This is because many cables are still USB-A to USB-C or lightning. Recently, more and more cables are USB-C to USB-C or USB-C to Lightning. This is because these types of connections can also transfer data and energy faster.

USB is designed to transfer data from one device to another device. This is why the charging speed is also limited via USB-A connections. Phone batteries are getting bigger and can handle more and more watts. As a result, cables are also expected to provide more watts, so that phones and other devices can be charged faster.

In addition, the normal USB-A connection is used less and less by various devices because devices are becoming thinner. The regular USB-A connection is quite thick, so it no longer fits in a thin Mac Book, for example, which is why Mac Books will now use USB-C, which is a lot thinner, making the laptop thinner and lighter. could be.

In the past, micro USB was also widely used for charging devices. However, this is hardly used anymore. You will only encounter this with electronics that come directly from China or are a lot older.

USB versions and speeds

It doesn't matter which type of USB connection you have. Whether you have a USB-C, USB-A or a lightning cable, every USB cable has a version. The latest version is USB4 Version 2, which has a transfer speed of 80 Gbps. This version is only available with USB-C cables. For example, USB-A and micro USB cables can achieve a maximum transfer speed of 10 Gbps.




USB 3.2 gen 1x1, USB 3.1 gen 1x1, USB 3.0


USB-A, USB-C, micro USB

USB 3.2 gen 2x1, USB 3.1 gen 2


USB-A, USB-C, micro USB

USB 3.2 gen 2x2






USB4 v2



What is USB-C?

USB-C is the smaller, faster and improved version of USB-C and USB-A. USB-C is slowly becoming the standard for all electronic devices. Regulations have also recently been introduced in the EU. Due to these regulations, every electronic device must be equipped with a USB-C connection from December 28, 2024. This was chosen so that there is more standardization. This means that consumers no longer need to have 5 different cables at home to charge electronics. Instead of 5 cables, 1 cable is in principle enough. Of course, you sometimes want to charge multiple devices at the same time, so you will have to purchase multiple USB-C cables.

Why USB-C?

Why is USB-C better than its predecessors? The USB-C has a number of aspects in which USB-C performs much better than USB-A, micro USB or lightning.

USB-C is symmetrical

A USB-C connection is symmetrical. This means that no matter how you insert the cable, you will always be able to insert it in one go. This means you will never have to turn your USB connection 4 times again before it finally goes in. This saves a lot of time when you often have to disconnect and connect your devices. In addition, this also wears out your USB port less. All that retrying and pushing with the wrong side will damage the gate. This means your devices with USB-C can also last longer.

Quick charge 3/4.0 and Power Delivery

USB-C cables support the newer fast charging functions, both Quickcharge and Power delivery. These fast charging functions can deliver up to 100W of power. This means you can also fast charge a MacBook Pro with these cables, for example. This allows you to charge both your laptop and your phone with the same modern USB-C cable. What you need to make sure is that your power adapter can supply the correct wattage. For example, the MOJOGEAR Charge + 140W edition can deliver up to 140W of power. This allows you to fast charge a phone and a laptop at the same time.

This allows you to charge your phone up to 50% within 15 minutes with some phones. This is because these new fast charging functions use the smart chips in USB-C cables. Would you like to know the difference between Quickcharge and Power Delivery? Then read our blog on this subject.

USB-C cable and data

USB-C cables are equipped with a smart chip, this smart chip in the USB-C cable tells the device to which the cable is attached and what the cable can be used for. For example, during charging, the device knows how much load a cable can carry and the power adapter also knows how much load the device can carry. This allows for more efficient charging.

USB-C and audio

Recently, smartphones are no longer equipped with a 3.5 mm audio jack. This means you can no longer connect many of your wired audio products directly to your smartphone. Some audio products are therefore now equipped with a USB-C connection. However, there are still many audio products that use a 3.5 mm audio jack. Fortunately, there are USB-C to 3.5 mm jack adapters so you can still use these products.

USB-C for Apple

Since USB-C will from now on become the standard for all electronic devices, this of course also applies to Apple products. This just does not apply to older Apple products. All iPhones older than the iPhone 15 will retain lightning. The newer versions of the iPad and MacBook will also be equipped with USB-C.