Updated on: May 28, 2021
AnyBackup comes with USB-C male so that you cannot plug it directly into iPhone.
In the case of iPad, you can plug AnyBackup directly to iPad because iPad comes with USB-C female. In this case, iPad identifies AnyBackup as USB Flash Drive.
To automatically backup data on iPhone / iPad, you need to connect AnyBackup to your devices via a cable, you need a cable with Lightning (for iPhone) or USB-C (for iPad) at one head and USB-C at the other head (Vulcan cable | 20% OFF). Plug Lightning/USB-C head to iPhone/iPad, plug other USB-C head to AnyBackup, then plug AnyBackup into a power adapter that supports USB-C output.
It means that you can use AnyBackup to automatically backup data while fast charging your iPhone / iPad.
Check this clip for more details: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcriW0VBbjk