iphone charger from Subbytech
Apple Lightning cable from Subbytech
iPhone Lightning cable from Subbytech

iPhone Lightning Cable

Regular price £4.99 Sale price £3.99
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Premium Braided Nylon iPhone charging cable from Subbytech. Strong and durable. Engineered with a tough braided nylon braid to resist damage from the outside, compared to plastic coated cables from other manufacturers.

At Subbytech, we believe in our iPhone Lightning cable products. That's why we back them all with an 8-month warranty* and provide friendly, easy-to-reach support.


Compatible Devices

iPhone X / 8 / 7 / 7Plus / 6 / 6s / 6 plus / 6s plus, 5 / 5c, / 5s,

iPad Air / Air 2,

iPad with Retina Display,

iPad mini / mini 2 / mini 3,

iPod Touch 5th gen,

iPod Nano 7th gen and devices with apple lightning cable sockets


  • Incredible Durability with our Nylon Braided technology
  • Save more £££'s when you get a Dual pack or a Triple pack. Choose your pack deal from the cable length section above!
  • 8 Month Warranty
  • 100% Money back guarantee 
  • Award winning company 
  • 99% of our total reviews, are 5 stars! There's a reason for that!
  • Brilliant Customer Service for peace of mind
  • Affordable technology you can rely on!
  • The best Apple lightning cable, according to our customer reviews


iPhone Lightning Cable guide

30cms - 30 cms length iPhone cable

1m - 1 meter length iPhone cable

2m - 2 meter length iPhone cable

30cm+1m - 30 cms iPhone cable and a 1 meter iPhone cable : Dual Pack

1m+2m - 1 meter iPhone cable and a 2 meter iPhone cable : Dual Pack

30cms+1m+2m - 30 cms iPhone cable, 1 meter iPhone cable and a 2 meter iPhone cable : Triple Pack


*8 months applicable to Subbytech nylon braided cables only


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  • Do these fit a 2020 Phone SE?

    Hello, as far as we know yes they will fit them. There is a 100% money back guarentee if in any event they don't. It's an iPhone lightning connector that is used which is the same as the one we use, so it should be fine. Thanks for the question, it'll help others whom may have the same question. Paul @ Subbytech