This adaptor lets you connect devices with a Lightning connector to many of your 30-pin accessories.* Supports analogue audio output, USB audio, as well as syncing and charging. Video output not supported.
What's in the Box?
- Apple Lightning to 30-pin Adaptor
iPad (4th generation)
iPod nano 7th Generation
iPod touch 5th Generation 16GB
iPod touch 5th Generation 32GB/64GB
Ratings & Reviews
Useful but expensive
It seems to be a useful adapter to have, but for it to cost £25.00? Seems a bit of a rip off to me...
- Written by Toby G from Cranleigh
1216 of 1352 people found this useful
design not thought about
Unusual for Apple the design of the adapter has not taken into account that most people put a protection case around there iPhone. All it needed was a step on the iPhone end to allow for the outer case thickness. To use the adapter the outer case has to be removed which is not only inconvenient but defeats the point of an outer case . …
- Written by Robert D from Ipswich
593 of 692 people found this useful
Lightning to 30-pin Adapter
Work's fine with B&W zeppelin,shame not in other colour options ,black or chrome would be good,as look's a bit cheap against phone and B&W speaker. …
- Written by nick B from cardiff
426 of 536 people found this useful
Need this for playing Nano in Mercedes
This works perfectly if you want to play a Nano through the Mercedes media system. All the CD cover pictures, track info etc is as wanted, much better than using the USB cable and port.
The price of the unit is truly ridiculous and adding P&P charges is an insult. …
- Written by Marek G from Gerrards Cross
Works fine on my ipad mini and ipad 4 both have protective covers on them I use mine to play music in the car.
It does come up with a warning on the screen saying not charging but if you look at the battery icon it shows that it is charging.
Yes it's expensive but their are other company's on the market selling them for less than five pounds.
The question you have to ask yourself is do you want to risk damaging your expensive Apple Product using them?.
I know I don't. …
- Written by Andy D from Crewe
1 of 1 people found this useful
lightning adapter (the apple rip off scheme)
Like so many other people's reviews i have recently read I too bought the iPhone 5 adapter as assumed i could use my docking stati on on my very expensive Hi-Fi system only to find out (no surprise) apple have ripped everyone off again. I have to give this product at least 1 star but in my opinion i wouldn't even give it that!!! …
- Written by Mark C from Sale
6 of 9 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
I have the first generation Bose speaker/docking station, will this allow me to play music from my iPhone 5?
- Asked by Jill B from Brooklyn
No. It will charge but the audio will not work on my Sounddock.
- Answered by Eric R from New Dundee
- Asked by Hun T from San Antonio
Will this adapter play my music on my newer generation Pod nano through a docking station on a stereo with an older gen iPod/iPhone connector?
- Asked by Anthony M from Allentown
I use this adapter with the I-Home AlarmClock/Radio dock and it works great. One your device is conn ected it will prompt you to download a free app from store onto your device. I use mine with i-pod 5th generation. …
- Answered by Gail C from Woodbridge
- Asked by Jamshed Z
If I connect the 30-pin to my iHome and then connect it to my iPod 5, can I play audio through the iHome speakers?
- Asked by Robert M from East Meadow
I use this adapter with the I-Home AlarmClock/Radio dock and it works great. Once your I-pod touch 5th generation is connected it will prompt you to download a free app onto your device that will take about 60 seconds. Once you have done that it will work fine. The sound is great and uncorrupted. I would recommend this as its the best way to adapt this device. …
- Answered by Gail C from Woodbridge