Remember that if you want the fastest data transfer with the third generation iPad Pro, you need to use a USB-C to USB-C cable that supports USB 3.1 Gen 2, which can give you transfers of 10 gigabits per second But if all you have is a traditional 3.0-speed USB port, 5 gigabits per second is as fast as you can go. (Similarly, a lightning plug goes up to 5 gigabits per second.)
Anchor sells both a black and red version of this cord I decided to go for the red version because most of the wires I carry with my iPad are either white or black, this is my only US B to the USB-C cable and the red color will Leave it apart from the other joints.
The cord contains a built-in strap with a hook leg bracket. With this strap it is easy to pack the cord into a circle to store it.
If you are looking for a good way to connect the USB-C port On your iPad Pro with accessories that only support a traditional USB connector, this Anchor cable is a great solution.
Click here to get Anker Powerline + USB-C for Amazon 3.0 3.0 cable ($ 10.99).