No. Because iOS devices don't support OTG output, you cannot use iPhone's battery to charge other devices. In addition, the Lightning connector is made by Apple, which is not customizable to be embedded inside USB-A sheath.
But you can charge, transfer/view the photos on your iPhone from Android devices.
Furthermore, even when you don't have any Android devices, AnyLink can still be used as standard charging cable for your iOS devices. It's MFI certified, tangle-free and durable! Also, it costs you less compared to Apple standard charging cable:)