iPhone Lightning Dock - White

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  • Overview

    Charge and sync any iPhone that features the Lightning connector with the iPhone Lightning Dock. Your iPhone sits upright in the dock as it syncs or charges, so it’s perfect 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. The iPhone Lightning Dock features an audio port so it can be used with headphones that include a remote control or line-out to connect to powered speakers. And it supports other Lightning accessories, such as the Lightning to USB Cable (included with your iPhone). You can even conduct speakerphone calls with your iPhone in 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 the dock to powered speakers or a stereo using a 3.5 mm cable (sold separately) to play music and podcasts from your iPhone. 

    What’s in the Box

    iPhone Lightning Dock

    Tech Specs

    Lightning

  • iPhone Models

    iPod Models

  • 2.5 Average
    2 out of 5 stars
    Number of stars Percentage Number of reviews
    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Zero For Two

      I've loved my iPod classic and Apple Dock into my home stereo and big Bose speakers for years. Decided to reward myself and back up my treasured music/picture I've loved my iPod classic and Apple Dock into my home stereo and big Bose speakers for years. Decided to reward myself and back up my treasured music/picture collection by buying a 128GB iPod Touch, and I love IT. But this new dock, ugh! 1. no remote compatibility like previous version and given the (well documented here) delicate attachment point, a critical fail. 2. when I attached my "line in" cable to the earphone jack, again unlike previous Apple Dock, DOES NOT WORK. So IT IS JUST A pretty $40.00 STAND. Apple continues to break my heart.

      • Written by John C from APO

      92 of 110 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Zero For Two

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      ruining my lightning port

      Do not buy unless you want to hear your phone buzz constantly after the first few weeks of using. Apple put design above functionality - there should be somethi Do not buy unless you want to hear your phone buzz constantly after the first few weeks of using. Apple put design above functionality - there should be something for the phone to lean against - instead the angle is wearing out the lightning port. COMPLETE WASTE OF MONEY. i've been using [trying to use] one at my office and one on my nightstand for about three months. the more i use it the worse my lightning port gets - i have to place the phone on the charger and wiggle it back and fourth to get my phone to "buzz buzz" and start charging. the SLIGHTEST movement on my desk makes the phone "buzz buzz" ("ringer off" charging notification) and connect and disconnect to my computer over and over again until i remove the phone from the dock and place it back in. on my nightstand, in the middle of the night my phone goes "buzz buzz buzz buzz buzz buzz" CONSTANTLY. i have to get up and unplug my phone from this thing, unplug the lightning cable from the back and just plug the cable directly into the phone. so much for propping the phone up with a nightstand app just to have a clock.

      • Written by Melvin L from West Hartford

      73 of 80 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?ruining my lightning port

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Piece of Garbage

      Flimsy connector, slow charge, headphones weren't working while on the dock, my phone started to suddenly turn off after plugging in and I worried that it was d Flimsy connector, slow charge, headphones weren't working while on the dock, my phone started to suddenly turn off after plugging in and I worried that it was damaging the phone. Don't bother.

      • Written by John P from Brooklyn

      80 of 98 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Piece of Garbage

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Device damages iPhone Lightning charging plug

      When I purchased my Lightning Dock in Dec 2015 from an Apple Store I asked the sales person if this will damage the phone? I asked because it is at a backwards When I purchased my Lightning Dock in Dec 2015 from an Apple Store I asked the sales person if this will damage the phone? I asked because it is at a backwards angle and it is only using the structure of the iPhone's Lightning plug to support itself. The sales representative assured me that Apple has tested this and it will not damage the phone. Well guess what? He was wrong. After about a year I could charge my phone on the Dock but I could not charge it with my cord anymore. The reason is that the plug inside is bent (I think). I have not yet been able to get Apple to even respond to me, let alone help me get it repaired. My guess is that it is because I don't have iCare on this phone. Don't buy this. It is a cool gadget but it did not have sufficient testing. I am very careful with my phone. I also always removed it at the same angle it plugged in and it still damaged the phone. It just took over a year to do it. It is possible that if I had an Apple Store near me I could take the phone in and they might do something. I just have no way to find out and I have yet been unable to get any communication channel open online. I am over 100 miles from the nearest Apple Store.

      • Written by Jeff J from Lexington

      5 of 5 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Device damages iPhone Lightning charging plug

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Failed

      It's harder to connect than the cord. The cord is more likely to be inserted properly. Waste of money. After two days it did not charge but the phone did It's harder to connect than the cord. The cord is more likely to be inserted properly. Waste of money. After two days it did not charge but the phone did directly from the cord.

      • Written by Kenneth S from Fort Dodge

      2 of 2 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Failed

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Do Not Use This Product - Ruins Your iPhone's USB Jack

      Like a dummy, I thought to myself: "Hmmm I wonder if the little USB connector can support the phone like that with no issues?? Well, hey, I'm sure the genius Like a dummy, I thought to myself: "Hmmm I wonder if the little USB connector can support the phone like that with no issues?? Well, hey, I'm sure the genius engineers at Apple did thorough testing on it so it should be fine." Wrong-o. After a few months, the only way I can now charge my phone is by forcibly putting pressure on the charge cable in the opposite direction that the phone leaned while on this poorly thought out dock. I intend on visiting the Apple store in the next couple of days and demanding a new phone, even though I don't have Apple Care. Apple's own product ruined my phone. Ridiculous.

      • Written by Tyler P from Stittsville

      7 of 7 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Do Not Use This Product - Ruins Your iPhone's USB Jack

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