Questions & Answers for Belkin In-Car Charger with Lightning
10 Questions from the Community
I see some of the other chargers display there Amp and Watt Output rating. What Amp and Watt Output rating has this device?
Amp & Watt Output rating
will it charge the iPhone 6
- Asked by Robert B
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Yes no problems but cable plug is not robust and broke but may have been trapped in the car door! My store sells cable in different colours but I recommend only black as does not reflect in windscreen.
- Answered by Thomas C
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will it connect to the car entertainment system?
i have just bought a new hyundai car and the latest nano to get rid of the endless cd roamoing around teh car and it dosent connect .
how frustrating !!
- Asked by Paul J
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Does this fit into the lighter socket ?
Bellini in car charger
- Asked by Janice S
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- Answered by Kareem R
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Does this work with iPad Air?
Does this car charger work with the iPad air?
That particular device is not amongst those listed.
I have bought a charger which works with my iPhone 5 but when I connect my iPad Air, I get the message "Not Charging". Thanks.
- Asked by Michael S
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Will this auto charger work with the iPad Air?
Will I be able to charge my new iPad Air with this charger while I am traveling?
- Asked by Robert G from Onaway
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will this work with iPhone 5 IOS7?
I have recently upgraded to IOS7 and need a cable that will work as non-apple cables no longer charge my device.
- Asked by Natalie W from Portsmouth
- Flag as inappropriate (will this work with iPhone 5 IOS7?)
I bought this same car charger and I too get that annoying message about the cable not being certified and may not work properly with the device, blah blah.. It still works fine and like the previous post I ignore it as well, but it is annoying that i have to dismiss that message every single time i plug in. Other than that its been fine for me. I was wondering if maybe i had a defected one, but maybe i dont. I asked at the Apple Store about it, but they didnt know anything about it. Oh well.
- Answered by John C from Pico Rivera
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