Belkin's Swivel Charger rotates 90 degrees so it can fit in crowded outlets or make room for other plugs, allowing you to charge your iPhone, iPad, or iPod in potentially difficult situations. Even better, the prongs fold for easy packing in your bag when you're ready to travel. The Belkin Swivel Charger comes with a 4-foot Lightning to USB cable, so you can charge your Lightning connector devices at the fastest possible speed. And because the cable is removable, you can use it anywhere—plug it into your Mac to charge and sync, or use your own car charger to charge on the road. Great as a replacement cable or if you simply need an extra. The USB 2.0 port is universal, so you can still charge your iOS devices that use a 30-pin cable.
90-degree rotating prongs
Plugs into any wall power outlet
2.1 amp/10 watts
Four-foot Lightning ChargeSync Cable
Did you notice?
The USB 2.0 port is universal, so you can still charge your older iOS devices that use a 30-pin cable.
Apple Recommends For
Charge your iPhone, iPad, or iPod with Lightning connector at home or on the go—even when the outlets are crowded or hard to reach.
What’s in the Box?
Belkin Swivel Charger
Lightning to USB ChargeSync cable
Mfr. Part Number: F8J032tt04-WHT
UPC or EAN No.: 722868906224
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I believe so. Standard iPhone chargers are 1 amp or 5 watts, and this is double that, so it should c
I believe so. Standard iPhone chargers are 1 amp or 5 watts, and this is double that, so it should charge in about 60% of the normal charge time (based on other reviews).
Yes. It will. It won't charge the iPhone any faster than a 5 watt charger because the iPhone limit
Yes. It will. It won't charge the iPhone any faster than a 5 watt charger because the iPhone limits itself to use only 5 watts, but it will work just fine.