USB-C 2.0 Cable with up to 100W cables are okay as long as I don’t transfer data/sync with, right?
I bought a [Xiaomi 1.5m USB-C to USB-C cable today](https://buy.mi.com/hk/item/3184200050), the quality is amazing and its thicc and seems solid as hell. Only issue is its USB 2.0 Speed (480mbps) but charging is supported up to 100W. I’ll be okay with this cable to use with my iPad Pro right? I’m just going to use it for charging anyway. I wish there are USB-C experts here with some insights.
P.S I wish USB-C has something like MFi certification so consumers know what’s good to use and what’s not :/
P.S 2 Nvm I found it something called “E-Mark” chip means its certified good to use. The above Xiaomi one seems to be E-Mark chip certified. I’m good with this cable I guess?