Lightning to USB Cable (2m)
Lightning to USB Cable (2m)
This 2-metre USB 2.0 cable connects your iPhone, iPad or iPod with Lightning connector to your computer’s USB port for syncing and charging. Or you can connect to the Apple USB Power Adapter for convenient charging from a wall outlet.*
What’s in the Box
Apple Lightning to USB Cable (2m)
- iPod touch 6th Generation
- iPod touch 5th Generation
- iPod nano 7th Generation
Answers from the community
How many watts is the lightning to USB cable for the iPhone 5/6? And How many watts can you or should you charge the iPhone 6 with?
- Asked by Evan M from Stillwater
- on 20 Nov, 2014
Cable doesn't have any watts. Power adapter is able to output certain amount of power (watt). Cables Cable doesn't have any watts. Power adapter is able to output certain amount of power (watt). Cables are the same for iPhone and iPad so they are capable of carrying a load of 2.1A (12 watt). iPhone 6 comes with standard charger 1A (5 watt), however it is compatible with 2.1A (12 watt) charger and it will charge faster. It is device you are charging that determines how much current it will draw from charger not other way around. You could connect it to 10A charger (60 watt) and it would work as well, charging with same speed as 2.1A (12 watt) charger.
- Answered by Marcin K from Kenmare
- on 28 Dec, 2014
What is the difference between this cable and the usb c cable
- Asked by T N from Beverly hills
- on 7 Nov, 2017
There is no difference besides the different USB connector at the end. Those USB connectors plug int There is no difference besides the different USB connector at the end. Those USB connectors plug into different ports.
- Answered by Matthew J from Newark
- on 23 Nov, 2017
is there an ipad lightning-to-usb cable that will allow me to watch ipad video on my Samsung SmartTV screen?
- Asked by David R from Duxbury
- on 16 Dec, 2013
No there isn't. For that you would need an apple lightning to hdmi connector and a hdmi cable
- Answered by Matthew B from Telford
- on 2 Jan, 2014
what apps support the pencil now? I just bought the iPad Pro and haven't found one yet. Notes does not seem to support it..
- Asked by Joel K from Santa Monica
- on 14 Jun, 2017
The app Procreate works very well with an Apple Pencil. The base app is free right now, but as the i The app Procreate works very well with an Apple Pencil. The base app is free right now, but as the iPad Pro comes into its own I don't expect for it to remain so.
- Answered by George C from Port Orchard
- on 2 Jul, 2017
Can I buy replacement points? Do they wear out?
- Asked by Carolyn P from Webster
- on 17 Feb, 2017
You can buy them from the Apple store. It depends how you use them. They are pretty strong made.
- Answered by Fayaz K from North York
- on 8 Jun, 2017