The difference between USB-A and USB-C types of cables is pretty straightforward. USB-A is the standard USB connector that has been used for many years, while USB-C is a newer, smaller, and reversible connector that allows for faster data transfer speeds and more power delivery.
To know if you have USB-A or C, look at the shape of the connector. USB-A has a rectangular shape, while USB-C has a rounded oval shape. If your device has a USB-C port, you will need a USB-C cable. If it has a USB-A port, you will need a USB-A cable.
No, not all cables are capable of fast charging. Only cables specifically designed for fast charging can enable fast charging. Additionally, a cable needs to be compatible with the device and its charging technology to support fast charging.
USB-A, USB-B, and USB-C are all different types of USB connectors. USB-A is the standard flat rectangular connector, USB-B is a square-shaped connector often used for printers, and USB-C is a newer, smaller, and reversible connector.