Hyper Design Lightning to Type-C OTG Adapter

Hyper Design Lightning to Type-C OTG Adapter

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This tiny adapter from Hyper Design serves a simple, but important function: its male lightning jack plugs into the charging port of an iPhone, and terminates in a female USB-C port. It gives users the functionality of a USB-C input—a common port for many accessories—right on an iPhone Read More

Expand Your iPhone’s Port Functionality

This tiny adapter from Hyper Design serves a simple, but important function: its male lightning jack plugs into the charging port of an iPhone, and terminates in a female USB-C port. It gives users the functionality of a USB-C input—a common port for many accessories—right on an iPhone. Plus, its 20-by-15-by-8-millimeter form factor adds almost no bulk, making it a great choice for on-the-go cabling or headphone connections. It also weighs only 16 grams, meaning you’ll hardly notice it when using your iPhone. For extra versatility, it can pass through 5 volts of power, so it will also work for charging an iPhone over USB-C.

Hyper Design Lightning to Type-C OTG Adapter
Hyper Design Lightning to Type-C OTG Adapter
Hyper Design Lightning to Type-C OTG Adapter

Specs

  • Hyper Design
  • Connector: Lightning jack
  • Termination: USB-C port
  • Weight: 0.6 oz (16 g)
  • Dimensions: 0.8 x 0.6 x 0.3 in (2 x 1.4 x 0.8 cm)

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Estimated ship date is May 25, 2022 PT.

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Will it work only for data transfers and charging or can I connect my USB C headphones to it as well ( I have couple of them )?
Aug 8, 2021
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moechino
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You can plug your type-c earphones into this.Read More
Aug 9, 2021
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Does this adapter transfer the full 5 volts at 200mA or only 3.3 volts at 100mA?
Sep 5, 2021
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hyperdesigntech
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It can output at 5V, 200mA.Read More
Sep 14, 2021
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