Charge and sync your iPhone 5s or iPhone 5 with the iPhone 5s Dock. Your iPhone sits upright in the dock as it syncs or charges, so it’s perfect for a desk or countertop. It features a convenient audio line-out port that connects to powered speakers. It supports other iPhone 5 accessories, such as the Lightning to USB Cable (sold separately). You can even conduct speakerphone calls with your iPhone in its dock.
Here are some ways you can use the iPhone 5s Dock:
- Connect the dock to your computer with the USB cable (sold separately) to sync iPhone and charge its battery.
- Connect the dock to an power point using the Apple USB Power Adapter (included with your iPhone) to charge the battery.
- Place your iPhone in the dock and enjoy clear audio during speakerphone calls thanks to special audio porting.
- Connect the dock to powered speakers or a stereo using a 3.5 mm cable (sold separately) to play music and podcasts through your iPhone.
What's in the Box?
- iPhone 5s Dock
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Ratings & Reviews
Dear Apple, this is the new 5s dock? Really? Why didn't you put a dip in the casing so I can sign in with Touch ID? Very disappoin Dear Apple, this is the new 5s dock? Really? Why didn't you put a dip in the casing so I can sign in with Touch ID? Very disappointing attention to detail. (Almost as shocking as round the back of the appalling 5c case...) Big hmmmm from me. …
- Written by Glynne S from Acton
171 of 223 people found this useful
It's fine, on iOS 7
I was very pleased to see the return of this old favourite (the line-out feature is great) and it's been sorely missed since I pic I was very pleased to see the return of this old favourite (the line-out feature is great) and it's been sorely missed since I picked up an iPhone 5 over a year ago.
So, this works with the 5 and the 5S, but not the 5C (which is too wide for the slot). Noted is the design flaw that doesn't allow you to use touch ID… own goal there Apple!
To clear up other questions too - yes, you need your own USB-Lightining cable; no,it won't work with a case (the slot is tailored for a "naked" iPhone).
The final piece of the jigsaw is the software… would you believe the line-out function of this dock does *not* work with iOS 6. I repeat, if you want to use line-out, you *must* upgrade to iOS 7 first. I know this won't be a problem for most people, but it's worth bearing in mind. A trip to the AppleStore to return a "non-functioning" dock highlighted that little nugget of insider information for us (the Genius didn't know either - it was only through trial & error we worked it out)!
But it's fine. It works as described. …
- Written by Giles C from Abergavenny
98 of 114 people found this useful
Line-Out no Line-In ??
This was supposed to be a great product for using at the office.
++Easy charging and listen to music.
-- Unable to to pickup cal This was supposed to be a great product for using at the office.
++Easy charging and listen to music.
-- Unable to to pickup calls from headset (No Line-In)
Why doesn't this have Line-In and Line-Out so it would be possible to use the headset for calls ? …
- Written by Jørn R from Brøndby
122 of 163 people found this useful
Has a slight design flaw...
Usual apple build quality - all good; BUT, it has one issue: you cannot dock the 5s if it has ANY kind of case on, (I currently ha Usual apple build quality - all good; BUT, it has one issue: you cannot dock the 5s if it has ANY kind of case on, (I currently have an Incipio 'Feather' snap-on, which is pretty thin by any means and need to constantly remove the case to dock it. Simply a pain and very un-Apple like; this could've been remedied with the slightest increase of space behind the pin connector, a step down from the quality of the old universal dock in my opinion.
So I sent mine back and will sadly be looking for a 3rd party one. …
- Written by Daniel S from DRIFFIELD
3 of 3 people found this useful
Don't waste your money on this dock. Have bought two now and both have stop workin on me after 2-3 months.
- Written by Dipak C from London
2 of 4 people found this useful
Same as it ever was...
This dock does what all previous docks have done; charge your iProduct whilst allowing connection via a line-out cable. Why so man This dock does what all previous docks have done; charge your iProduct whilst allowing connection via a line-out cable. Why so many people are moaning about things like protective cases not fitting (take it off!) or fingerprint i.d. being fiddly (turn it off!) is beyond me. Where are these people using their docks? It's portable, in that it's small and connects via USB, but who really uses it on the go? The sound quality when connected to a decent amp is equal to, or superior to a USB or 3.5mm jack connection. Submit further complaints to the editors of Middle Class Problems. …
- Written by Toby A from Bicester
2 of 7 people found this useful