The Lightning to Micro USB Adapter lets you connect an iPhone, iPad, or iPod with Lightning connector to micro USB cables and chargers to sync and charge your device.
- Connect to micro USB cables and compatible chargers
- Ultra-compact, durable design
What's in the Box?
- Apple Lightning to Micro USB Adapter
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How can I charge my iPhone with the micro USB cable ? I would like to know how to use it, is it like a portable charger ?
- Asked by Junior O from Los Angeles
No, it's not a portable charger. It's a tiny little adapter that plugs into the small end of a micr No, it's not a portable charger. It's a tiny little adapter that plugs into the small end of a microUSB cable, so that you can plug it into your iphone 5/5s/6/6plus and it will charge. You need to plug the microUSB cable into a charger or USB port to get power. The idea behind this is to use one of your many microUSB cables you already have (especially if you had an android phone before your iphone). Actually, the reason this exists is so Apple can sell iphones in Europe, which have a law that all mobiles phones must use a microUSB cable to charge. …
- Answered by Eric R from Manchester Center
Is this a USB Micro AB receptacle or just B?
- Asked by Christoph P
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WILL THE: Lightning to Micro USB Adapter WORK WITH MY IPHONE 5S ON A DOCK STATION
- Asked by Jodie W
Can this be used to connect my apple TV to iTunes on my computer?
- Asked by Chelsea D from Tahoe City
No, this adapter is a female micro USB, you need a male micro USB to USB cable.
- Answered by Louis R from Montreal
what is maximum cord length that this unit will support? IE: Will my 10ft micro usb cable work with this?
- Asked by Sunil P from Edmonton
is this cable can only view images from the SD card or also music from the SD to iPad?
- Asked by Jhovanie P from Manaoag
No, this adapter (note the name) is only for converting a micro USB cable to a lightning port for de No, this adapter (note the name) is only for converting a micro USB cable to a lightning port for device sync/charge purposes. …
- Answered by Eric S from College Station