The most common functions of USB Data Cables are charging, transferring data and connecting products and devices.
In everyday life, electronic products and other devices need to use USB data cables for charging, transferring data from products and other devices to computers, and also transferring data from computers to mobile phones, tablets, etc. USB data cables can be carried and charged anywhere and anytime, and they are also much faster and more stable than wireless data transfer via Bluetooth, etc.
The cables of USB charging data cables are usually made of copper wires and insulation, and their lengths vary according to different needs. There are three types of interfaces: traditional USB 2.0, USB Type-C and Apple Plug, which use different interface cables through different interfaces of electronic product models, such as connecting computers to mobile phones, mobile phones to tablets and computers to keyboards and other operations.