Todays cables are often very weak, especially the apple cables.
I always bought new ones, but with a few simple steps you can repair the ripped parts very easily.
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Step 1: Things Required
You need Wood Glue and a sheet of paper
Step 2: Use Wood Glue and Cover It Up
Put the paper on your desk, or whatever you are working on and carefully take your broken cable.
Than you slowly add a few drops of the Glue to the ripped part.
When the glue is added, spread the Glue that the hole is covered up well.
Add a second layer if you need to, but normally one should work fine.
Let the cable dry for a couple hours. (It depends on the type of Glue you use)
Step 3: Finish It
After it is dry, you have a perfectly repaired charging cable, which will work very well.
You also have a good protection that it won't rip again. It might by a little buckled but this should be no problem, because the glue is very tight.
You also have a very good protection, that it will not rip again.
I hope this helped you