This USB 2.0 cable connects your iPhone, iPad or iPod with Lightning connector to your computer's USB port for syncing and charging or to the Apple USB Power Adapter for convenient charging from a wall outlet.*
- Reversible design
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Ratings & Reviews
Lightning Fast Faults!
I still have at least 8 '30 pin' cables for iPods, iPhones & iPads, which have all lasted all this time, with not one fault.
Sin I still have at least 8 '30 pin' cables for iPods, iPhones & iPads, which have all lasted all this time, with not one fault.
Since my partner and I bought each other the iPhone 5 in January, we've had 3 faulty 'Lightning' cables each. Yes, Apple will replace them under the warranty, providing you return the faulty one! If not, they will relieve your credit card of £15.00 and leave you with yet another cable which will break within a month.
This is clearly a very poor design and one which needs to be addressed by Apple immediately.
Come on guys. Your quality control is going down the pan here! …
- Written by Damian M from Uppingham
422 of 458 people found this useful
after I had this cable for two months the cable stopped working
- Written by Tracy C from Cockermouth
434 of 504 people found this useful
Bought both my kids an iPod for Xmas - both cables not working now - very poor
- Written by Samantha L from Comber
400 of 444 people found this useful
two cables broken so far
Lightning cables are poor design both my Ipad and Iphone cables have broken at juction with the connector (both at same place)
I Lightning cables are poor design both my Ipad and Iphone cables have broken at juction with the connector (both at same place)
I had an old Iphone 4 cable lasted 3 years.
these new cables dont last more than 6 months. …
- Written by Muhammad A from Lincoln
3 of 3 people found this useful
Refunds should be given
I now have 3 of these cables broken - within 6 months. The simple fact is that they are poorly designed and always go in the same I now have 3 of these cables broken - within 6 months. The simple fact is that they are poorly designed and always go in the same place - just beneath the connector into the device, where the cable element starts. It doesn't like being bent and there is a connection issue that develops after a period of time.
Not good enough for Apple and refunds should be given to those that are being forced to shell out on new cables. This isn't a consumer or care issue, it is a design flaw. …
- Written by Chris S from Whitley bay
4 of 4 people found this useful
What a joke
Useless cable always becoms faulty
- Written by Natalie F from Southampton
2 of 2 people found this useful