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
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- Asked by Alice F from Saint Charles
- on 26 Sep, 2018
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 Mar, 2010
is the Ipod A1204 3rd generation? I need to buy a USB cable for it whcih should I get?
- Asked by Anonymous A from XXXXXXXXX
- on 1 Dec, 2009
No. it's the second generation ipod shuffle. The charcging cable looks like a small docking station No. it's the second generation ipod shuffle. The charcging cable looks like a small docking station with a 3.5mm jack plugt to usb.
- Answered by Mark B from Sale
- on 30 Aug, 2010
does the 4th generation iPod shuffle USB cable compatible with the iPod nano 5th generation
- Asked by kelly C
- on 7 Feb, 2013
- Answered by Donald R from Liberty
- on 2 Jun, 2015
Does the iPod Shuffle come with the charger?
- Asked by Brian D from Georgetown
- on 30 Dec, 2016
Yes, it includes the small 45mm charger.
- Answered by Noah W from Albany
- on 20 Feb, 2017
Where do you plug in the USB cord on the ipod shuffle? Is it the same as the headphone port?
- Asked by Lance B from Auburn
- on 9 May, 2011
Yes, you plug it into the headphones port since there are no other ways to connect the shuffle to. B Yes, you plug it into the headphones port since there are no other ways to connect the shuffle to. But you must have the specific USB (one side USB, and one side standard headphone connection) in the apple store it is called iPod shuffle USB cable.
- Answered by VICENTE D from paramount
- on 31 May, 2011