The Lightning to Micro USB Adapter lets you connect an iPhone, iPad, or iPod with Lightning connector to micro USB cables and chargers to sync and charge your device.
- Connect to micro USB cables and compatible chargers
- Ultracompact, durable design
What's in the Box?
- Apple Lightning to Micro USB Adapter
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Answers from the community
Does the Micro USB cable that goes into the Lightning to Micro USB Adapter need an authentication chip?
- Asked by Vicki C
- May 15, 2014
No, the authentication is within this adapter and therefore will work with any micro usb cable.
- Answered by Thomas P from Wooloowin
- May 24, 2014
Will the lifeproof case for iphone 5 fit iphone 5s
- Asked by Eduardo R from Abu Dhabi
- Dec 7, 2013
Yes, any case that fits the iPhone 5 will also fit the iPhone 5s.
- Answered by Michael G from Jefferson City
- Dec 9, 2013
No it will not. I just received this adapter today 12-14-13, and I am running IOS7 on the Iphone 5s. No it will not. I just received this adapter today 12-14-13, and I am running IOS7 on the Iphone 5s. I tried this adapter on a Best Buy micro charger, an LG charger, and a HTC Inspire charger and it all worked, I even tried it on my wife Iphone 5c and it also worked. No error messages for this person. This was really a good investment for all the different size cords I have. I will need to buy another one. Just wish it was a little cheaper. …
- Answered by Steven B from Jackson
- Dec 15, 2013
Can I use a lightening to micro USB adapter to load my iTunes from my iPad 4 to a new iPod 7?
- Asked by Amanda M from Kerrville
- Apr 26, 2014
Does it do fast charging when i use it with a 12W USB Power Adapter?
- Asked by Kins C
- Nov 5, 2012
As far as we publicly know, the iPhone 5 will use a maximum of 5W (5V x 1.0A) to charge. The maximum As far as we publicly know, the iPhone 5 will use a maximum of 5W (5V x 1.0A) to charge. The maximum power for for micro USB by specification is 9W (5V x 1.8A). Even if using the 12W charger (or a 1000W charger), the iPhone will only draw 5W. If you were to use another device that wanted more power (iPad 4th gen - wants up to 12W), you might be limited by the physical USB connector cable as 9W might be the maximum physically possible. If more power was delivered through the micro USB cable, it may heat up, cause a fire, or short circuit unless the cable and pins were intentionally designed to surpass specification. …
- Answered by Mark B from Petersburg
- Nov 11, 2012