Apple 5W USB Power Adapter
Featuring an ultra-compact design, this power adapter offers fast, efficient charging at home, in the office or on the go. It works with any Apple Watch, iPhone or iPod model.
This USB Power Adapter has fixed prongs for use in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia.
What’s in the Box
Apple 5W USB Power Adapter
- iPad mini 4
- iPad mini 3
- iPad mini 2
- iPod touch (6th Generation)
- iPod touch 5th Generation
- iPod nano 7th Generation
- iPod shuffle 4th Generation
Answers from the community
Does the power charger tun off when not connected to the IPhone?
- Asked by Richard G from Spartanburg
- on 16-Aug-2018
is the iphone 8 plus charger the same as 6 plus
- Asked by Tammy M from Sartell
- on 18-Sep-2017
Yes. Both devices use a Lightning to USB cable which plugs into a 5W charger as it comes in the box. Yes. Both devices use a Lightning to USB cable which plugs into a 5W charger as it comes in the box. However, if you wish to take advantage of Fast Charging, you can get a higher wattage USB-C plug with a USB-C to Lightning cable, although this is optional.
- Answered by Connor B from Ash Vale
- on 24-Sep-2017
Does the 6s support dual voltage charging? Planning a trip to UK and Ireland and want to know if I need a voltage converter o charge my phone.
- Asked by Betsy H from Galena
- on 09-Sep-2018
Absolutely. iPhones have built in voltage converter. You dont need voltage converter when you travel Absolutely. iPhones have built in voltage converter. You dont need voltage converter when you travel to a diffrent country. Only device you need for UK is diffrent Pin for the wall. For the same you can purchase the world travel kit from Apple and it will provide you with diffrent pins for diffrent countries electrical outlets. Just google world travel kit from Apple and you will have item.Hope this helps.
1 Answer(Does the 6s support dual voltage charging? Planning a trip to UK and Ireland and want to know if I need a voltage converter o charge my phone.)
- Answered by Neeraj B from Presto
- on 10-Sep-2018
I will be travelling to Jamaica and I have an iphone 6. Will I be able to charge my phone there? In Jamaica it is 110 -120v at 50 hz
- Asked by Meaghan O from Kingston
- on 12-Jun-2018
I thinks Yes, look at your charger, if it says "input 100-240V 50-60Hz" means you can use it at 100V
- Answered by Roni T from Eskilstuna
- on 24-Jul-2018
Is it powerful enough for iPad 2
- Asked by Janette F from Grange-over-Sands
- on 08-Feb-2015
Sadly no, the iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3rd Gen, and iPad air models all require a more powerful 10-12w ada Sadly no, the iPad, iPad 2, iPad 3rd Gen, and iPad air models all require a more powerful 10-12w adapter. This will just prompt the iPad to have the "not charging" in the corner.
- Answered by David R from Bend
- on 13-Feb-2015