Belkin 2.1-Amp Lightning to USB Charge/Sync Cable
Belkin 2.1-Amp Lightning to USB Charge/Sync Cable
Belkin’s Lightning to USB Charge/Sync cable gives you the most convenient way to power up and sync your iOS devices with Lightning connector.
- 2.1 amp cable supports iPad as well as iPhone/iPod charging
- 6.5-ft./2-m or 9.8-ft./3-m length is ideal for charging devices when the power source isn't close by
- Slim over-mold allows for charging with most cases
Did you notice?Compact design means you can take the cable anywhere.
Apple Recommends ForQuickly charge and sync your iPhone, iPod, or iPad with Lightning connector.
What's in the Box?
- Belkin 2.1-Amp Lightning to USB Charge/Sync Cable
- Cable type: Lightning to USB
- Connections: iPad, iPhone, iPod
- Length: 9.8-ft./3-m
- Mfr. Part Number: F8J023yw3M-GRY
- UPC or EAN No.: 722868952818
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: Limited lifetime
Ratings & Reviews
Does not work with Apple 5s Case
The Lightning plug will not pass through the cutout at the bottom of the Apple 5s leather case. This is disappointing, as the hole The Lightning plug will not pass through the cutout at the bottom of the Apple 5s leather case. This is disappointing, as the hole is definitely larger than the Apple Lightning plug.
The cable is thicker than even the 2m Apple Lightning cable, so it is pretty rigid. I personally don't like that characteristic, but I guess it makes it a more durable cable. The plug ends look fine. …
- Written by Geoff P from ridgewood
24 of 29 people found this useful
Don't buy for iPad 128 gig
This sync cable does not allow the iPad to maintain it's charge. When I was playing on my iPad with this cable plugged in, my iPa This sync cable does not allow the iPad to maintain it's charge. When I was playing on my iPad with this cable plugged in, my iPad's battery power was continuing to drain. To verify that it was a cable problem and not an iPad problem, I switched to a different cable to power the iPad. There was no battery power loss while using the other cable. …
- Written by Pretlo K from Durham
28 of 39 people found this useful
Large end prevents Belkin cable and case compatibility
This does not even work with Belkin's own Grip Candy cases!
The end is too big. Check that your case works before buying it.
- Written by Ted G from Stratford
15 of 20 people found this useful
When I got home from buying the cable I immediately plugged in my iPhone 5S. The cable would only work if it was bent a certain wa When I got home from buying the cable I immediately plugged in my iPhone 5S. The cable would only work if it was bent a certain way. Going to return it. …
- Written by Jasmine S from Toronto
A piece of junk do not buy
I bought this cable in late January and it is all ready falling apart on the end that connects to the ipad. The plug in is discon I bought this cable in late January and it is all ready falling apart on the end that connects to the ipad. The plug in is disconnecting from the cord. Don't waste your money. …
- Written by Patricia S from Colorado Springs
Junk cable in quality looking coating
I own over 20 apple products, and (although I have never counted), I also own quite a few Belkin products as well. I am on my thi I own over 20 apple products, and (although I have never counted), I also own quite a few Belkin products as well. I am on my third Belkin iPad cable which I like to keep at my home office, so I don't have to pack and repack chargers, as I travel frequently. Even if you were to excuse the nuisance messages, like "This cable is not certified for the iPad etc", (which is annoying) it actually does NOT work for charging at all. It may possibly charge the iPad with the device off (irregularly), but once it is on, it will absolutely not maintain a charge enough to use the device. I have tried with numerous chargers, including the official iPad charger, the Belkin one, generic ones, generic ones with amp boost, but the result is the same. This cable DOES NOT WORK. (Cable #4 for me!)
Lately, I have noticed a huge deterioration in the quality of Belkin products. Go ahead and cut into your "high quality cable" that you paid 40 bucks for. You will find that it is a MAJORITY INSULATION and a MINORITY ACTUAL COPPER CABLE. If you have the luxury of comparing it to the apple one, go ahead and do so. Basically, with Belkin you are paying for extra rubber, and lots of it. Unfortunately, devices don't charge via rubber, and the "high quality feel" of Belkin is nothing but the feel of lots of rubber, which is insulting an amount of copper so small, that it is not capable of actually charging your device. It is sad that a formerly reputable accessory company has cut costs so far that their products don't actually work. Belkin is not a high quality accessory maker, they are just another junky Chinese manufacturer. I have had better luck buying accessories on the streets of Shanghai, then through the Apple store which sells their "approved" products.
My wife just bought a new apple ipad cable for me today and it works perfectly, although way overpriced. Anyway, I will return my Belkin cable tomorrow (for the 4th time, this time for cash refund). How can you sell a charger/ cable that doesn't even work? …
- Written by Kevin K from Memphis
1 of 1 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
The end that goes into the phone is wider than the apple cord, does it still freely plug into the end through cases like Lifeproof nude and otterbox?
- Asked by Amy B from Spring Lake
- Aug 31, 2013
I bought a Belkin cord & had to remove my Otterbox cover each time to charge it. It was a pain & eve I bought a Belkin cord & had to remove my Otterbox cover each time to charge it. It was a pain & eventually lead to the Otterbox plastic weakening & snapping. …
- Answered by Julia M from Kenaston
- Sep 13, 2013