As the product name suggests, the Belkin Universal Cable with Micro-USB, USB-C and Lightning Connectors comes with a base Micro USB connector and two additional connectors.
The two additional connectors are Micro USB to Lightning and Miro USB to USB-C.
If you need to connect your iPhone to an audio system that doesn’t support Bluetooth audio streaming, the Belkin 3.5mm Audio Cable with Lightning Connector is for you.
The cable is MFi certified that works with any 3.5mm audio port. It’s digital to analog converter outputs high-resolution audio of up to 48 kHz, 24-bit.
Having bought the Nomad Universal Cable (1.5m) from South Korea, I have wanted to get the other shorter version, which is 0.3m.
The 1.5m is great for charging from a power outlet, but it is too bulky (after you coil the cable) to be truly portable.
I always wanted to get the Nomad Universal Cable as it is the only rugged 3-in-1 cable that supports Lightning, USB-C, and Micro USB.
The core cable is USB-A to Micro USB with two attached tips, an MFi certified Lightning tip and a USB-C tip.
Belkin Valet – Charge Dock for Apple Watch & iPhone is an exclusive item available to Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Resellers. It is retailing for S$194 in Singapore and is available in three colors, Silver, Rose Gold and Black. If I am not wrong, Rose Gold and Black might be an Apple Online Store exclusive.
It is expensive for a dock, and I will probably not get it unless it is an impulse buy, which is what I did.
The ZUS Super Duty Lightning Cable is retailing for US$19.99 (S$29) and shipping to Singapore is a flat fee of US$10 (S$15).
The prices stated above are the discounted price. It is not known how long those prices will last.
All three sizes are available in three colors, gold, rose gold and space grey.
The Apple Lightning to 3.5mm Headphone Jack Adapter is retailing for S$14 in Singapore.
Surprisingly, most Authorized Apple Resellers were out of stock. I managed to get the last two pieces from iStudio at Paragon.