iPhone Lightning Dock - Space Grey
Available in a selection of metallic finishes to match your iPhone.
You can use it to charge and sync any iPhone that has a Lightning connector. Your iPhone sits upright in the dock as it syncs or charges, so it’s ideal for a desk or worktop. Even when your iPhone is in an Apple-designed case, it’s easy to dock. And you can unlock iPhone or use Touch ID without having to remove it from the dock.
Here are some ways you can use the iPhone Lightning Dock:
Connect the dock to your computer with the USB cable (included with your iPhone) to sync iPhone and charge its battery.
Connect the dock to a power point using the Apple USB Power Adapter (included with your iPhone) to charge the battery.
Place your iPhone in the dock and enjoy clear audio during speakerphone calls.
Connect powered speakers or any headphones with a 3.5mm audio jack to the dock to listen to music while you sync and charge.
What’s in the Box
iPhone Lightning Dock
- iPod touch (7th generation)
- iPod touch (6th generation)
- iPod touch 5th Generation
- iPod nano 7th Generation
Answers from the community
Can I use the 3.5 mm headphone jack in the back to make phone calls w/ the headphones?
- Asked by D'Artagnan T from Camden
- on 7 Dec 2019
I this compatible with 18W fast charging?
- Asked by Cormac Y from Toronto
- on 7 Oct 2019
Will this work with a life proof case?
- Asked by Allie M from Charlotte
- on 22 Sep 2015
No, the cover that flips out on the LifeProof case blocks the iPhone from being able to to dock on i No, the cover that flips out on the LifeProof case blocks the iPhone from being able to to dock on it, and the cut out for the Lightning port is too deep for the dock's Lightning connector to fit.
- Answered by Andrew K from Hanahan
- on 2 Jan 2016
Does the dock output AUX or headphone output?
- Asked by Matthew H from Bramley
- on 5 Oct 2015
When Phone is charged to 100% will lighting dock stop charging?
- Asked by Gilbert A from Harpenden
- on 19 May 2019
The charging rate is controlled by the charging circuitry within the phone and it cuts off whe Yes.
The charging rate is controlled by the charging circuitry within the phone and it cuts off when completely charged. Thereafter it switches to trickle charging as and when the level of charge drops below a certain level to accommodate the normal discharge on idle mode.
- Answered by Aditya V from New Delhi
- on 11 Jul 2019