Lightning to USB Cable (2m)

  • Overview

    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.*

    Highlights

    Reversible design

    What’s in the Box

    Apple Lightning to USB Cable (2m)

    Tech Specs

    Lightning

    USB

  • iPhone Models

    iPad Models

    iPod Models

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

      RUBBISH

      I am on my third cable since January this year. The wires either pull out of the end or simply snap. This is not to mention the fact that they are so riduclou I am on my third cable since January this year. The wires either pull out of the end or simply snap. This is not to mention the fact that they are so riduclously short they are hardly usable. I have to place my ipad and iphone on the floor to charge them. Then there is the price of the chargers - £25 for 2 months use that equals £150 per year. TOTAL COSDWALLOP. Wake up Apple.

      • Written by Annmarie A from London

      267 of 291 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?RUBBISH

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Useless

      Believe me when I say, I have spent the same amount of money it would take to buy a new iPhone on chargers. They are completely useless, they break easily and s Believe me when I say, I have spent the same amount of money it would take to buy a new iPhone on chargers. They are completely useless, they break easily and some of these chargers haven't even lasted a week. I can't even say how many I've been through in 18 months of my upgrade because I've lost count. Apple need to sort it out. I have been a dedicated apple fan from the very start, but the experience with these chargers and the iPhone 5 have completely put me off. I shall never have an iPhone again, I'm converting to Samsung on my upgrade, apple have lost a customer.

      • Written by Stacey T from Bradford

      204 of 226 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Useless

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Terrible quality. Not durable in any way.

      The cable jacket, that is the white rubber that goes around the wire of the cable, is simply utter rubbish. It is the thinnest of rubber, kinda like stretched c The cable jacket, that is the white rubber that goes around the wire of the cable, is simply utter rubbish. It is the thinnest of rubber, kinda like stretched chewing gum. All other wires are made of pvc, whilst Apple uses thin rubber. The cable will last, at most for 5-6 months before failing completely. The people that are saying that the cables last years, know as well as I do that this is not true. The cable is of the lowest standard of quality I have seen on any wire and for the price charged this is absolutely appalling. The wire is marketed for portable products, therefore, it should be designed in a way that is built to last. It should not be the case that a slight turn of the wire causes the rubber jacket to fray. I am starting to believe that the cables are designed in such a poor quality so that, along with Apples restrictions on third party wires, you have to buy a new one every since months. I find it simply appalling giving customers this wire with 600 to 700 products.

      • Written by Matthew T from Glasgow

      193 of 219 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Terrible quality. Not durable in any way.

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Try it & see

      There isn’t a bigger sceptic than me. I was 100% with the two for £5 brigade. I think over the years I’ve got through more of these moody ones than I can rememb There isn’t a bigger sceptic than me. I was 100% with the two for £5 brigade. I think over the years I’ve got through more of these moody ones than I can remember. Last Monday, I went into the local Apple shop & was heartbroken and having to part with nearly £30 nicka for one cable. The moody ones were getting so hot it did genuinely concern me. All the stories on hear about yes they’re wonderful or terrible. In my humble opinion, the difference in terms of manufacturing (being tangible I mean) the difference is remarkable. I’m in no way condoning the RRP for the product, how can a cable cost nearly £30 nicka which would cost no more at guesstimiation in the little people land 50p to produce. The quality is immediate once you open the box. We all know Apple is top draw & essentially you get what you pay for. It’s top quality & everything just works as we all know. The moody cables are more than likely made in the same sweatshop anyway. I’m not justifying their price in anyway, however I thing if treated more carefully & respect this should be ok for a few years. Why on earth would anybody wear a Rolex???? It’s essentially ostentatious & in your boat. I’d take Patek Philippe everyday.

      • Written by Christopher M from London

      Is this review useful?Try it & see

    • 1.0 out of 5 stars

      Just Awful!!

      I canot belive apple would produce such rubbish. I have an old iPad and iPhone on the old adapter its frayed and split but still works! these new lighting cable I canot belive apple would produce such rubbish. I have an old iPad and iPhone on the old adapter its frayed and split but still works! these new lighting cables are so bad I'm on my 4th 2 were not apple products but 2 were this one I've had for 5 months and AGAIN!!!! its failed are apple even aware how poor there cables are? or do they even care any more. Apple stuff has been breaking a lot recently the company seems top be producing so very poor stuff.

      • Written by Warren P from carshalton

      1 of 1 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Just Awful!!

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Not bad at all

      To all the idiots who say these are badly made kindly shut up Are they overpriced I’m sure but that’s Apple don’t like it get a ht c Do they break easy yes o To all the idiots who say these are badly made kindly shut up Are they overpriced I’m sure but that’s Apple don’t like it get a ht c Do they break easy yes only if you misuse them but let me tell you something I’ve used cheap chargers a while now last night my dad’s CE approved Knock off charger caught fire while he was in bed thankfully he acted as it burst into flames Starting to catch fire to the sheets don’t risk your health or Your home just to skimp on 15 quid it’s pathetic now I realise how dangerous The cheap ones are like heck im going back ! Only use official please guys for your own sake

      • Written by Ray D from Gillingham

      2 of 6 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Not bad at all