Apple iPod shuffle USB Cable
The Apple iPod shuffle USB Cable connects your iPod shuffle (3rd and 4th generation) to your computer's USB port for syncing and battery charging and to the Apple USB Power Adaptor for convenient charging from a wall socket.
Two cables are included, both with a 3.5-mm jack on one end and a USB connector on the other. The shorter cable is the same length as the USB cable that comes with the iPod shuffle. The longer cable is perfect for connecting the iPod shuffle to the back of a desktop computer or to a power adaptor plugged into a wall socket.
What’s in the Box
One Apple iPod shuffle USB cable, 45 mm long
One Apple iPod shuffle USB cable, 1000 mm long
Cable type: 3.5mm to USB
- iPod shuffle (4th Generation)
Answers from the community
will a 2nd generation ipod shuffle charger work on a 4th generation ipod shuffle?
- Asked by Joanne G from Milton Keynes
- on 01/03/2013
No it will not
- Answered by Lachlan B from Green point
- on 26/05/2013
What type of cable is needed to connect my iPod shuffle 3G to my car (2010 Corolla) stereo system
- Asked by Carolyn P from Carine
- on 10/03/2010
how do i know if my i pod is charging
- Asked by Anonymous A
- on 25/11/2009
You'll notice there's a light somewhere on the iPod that indicates it's charging. An amber colour me You'll notice there's a light somewhere on the iPod that indicates it's charging. An amber colour means that it is charging, a green means it is fully charged. I believe this is the same for all generations of the shuffle.
- Answered by Benjamin W from Melbourne
- on 27/11/2009
I have a 3rd generation iPod shuffle and want to connect it to a cd player but I want to be able to skip songs as well. What do I need ?
- Asked by Lacey R from Worthington
- on 21/11/2009
When you connect your 3rd generation ipod in your audio port in the car does it continue to charge it as well to keep the charge up?
- Asked by Anonymous A from XXXXXXXXXXX
- on 23/10/2009
Form my experiences, honestly it all depends on what kind of stereo your car has. The reason is beca Form my experiences, honestly it all depends on what kind of stereo your car has. The reason is because since they are not all the same they don't have the same functions. Some stereos have the iPod connection, but they can only play the music, and there are other stereos that not only play, but charge as well.
- Answered by VICENTE D from paramount
- on 01/06/2011