Aibocn MFi Certified 30 Pin Sync and Charge Dock Cable for iPhone 4 4S / iPad 1 2 3 / iPod Nano/iPod Touch - White
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- Apple MFi certified 30 pin dock cable and uses original connector from Apple
- Slim dock connector design that allow it to be used with devices without removing case
- Use the optimum length 4 feet(1.2m) dock to USB cable to charge and sync your iPhone iPod iPad to your Mac or Windows PC
- Works with iPhone 4/4S/3G/3GS,iPad 1/2/3, iPod touch 1/2/3/4, and iPod nano 6
- Lightweight and easily coiled, Super durable with reliability quality
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30 pin Dock cable is certified by Apple MFI(Made for iPhone ,iPad and iPod).
This cable uses original Apple 30 pin connector and authentication chip directly from Apple Inc,genuine cable will ensure you the highest quality.
1. Color: White
2. Interface: USB 2.0 A type to Dock
3. Connectors: USB A(male) to Dock(male) 4. Length: 4 feet(1.2m)
5. Weight: 23g
iPhone : iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3Gs ;
iPad : iPad(1st Generation), iPad 2(2nd Generation), iPad 3(3rd Generation);
iPod : iPod 5th Generation (video);
iPod classic 80GB/160GB (2007), iPod classic 120GB (2008), iPod classic 160GB (2009);
iPod nano 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th Generation;
iPod touch 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Generation.
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Those power cubes and USB ports are not created equal. Some will put out .5A, some will put out 1A, and some will put out 2A. You should be using a USB port or cube that outputs the amperage your device is designed for. If you use a 2A power port on a device designed to charge at 1A, it is going to charge much faster but also get the device hotter than it is designed. That said, some USB power ports are "smart", meaning they have circuitry to detect what amperage is needed by the device on the other end.
Likewise, if your device is designed to charge with 2A and your USB port delivers only a half amp, it is going to charge very slowly. If the device is in use, it might not even charge at all (because the power required while the device is in use is more than half an amp).
Apple rates USB power in terms of watts, not amps. USB power cubes deliver 5 volts, so a 2A cube would be 10W., a power cube that delivers 1A is 5W, and one that delivers .5A is 2.5W.
The bottom line is, you should find out what power amps or watts your device needs and make sure that the USB port you are plugging into matches that -- and if so you will have perfect results with this cable. If you don't do that, your mileage may vary and you might be putting your device at risk.
I had pretty much given up hope that I would find a cable that would work, but decided to try again. I was surprised and pleased that this cable works perfectly.
UPDATE: The seller reached out and offered to send a replacement cord. Very pleasant surprise, so I'll give the product a second chance. I've amended the number of stars to reflect the level of customer service. If the replacement works, I'll give it 4 stars.
Very satisfied customer, thank you very much.
After the original review, the seller contacted me and offered a replacement or a full refund. I'm not sure why the cable wouldn't fit - it fitted a Gen 1 iPad but not our Gen 3 iPad. I couldn't see anything wrong with the connector or the iPad socket. The connector looked just the same as the Apple cable connector. A mystery. Great customer service. Thanks.
Update: This company contacted me in regards to my poor experience. They offered me a refund or to send me a new product (based on my description they said I received a defective charger). I opted for a new charger and should receive it shortly (at no extra cost). Due to the great customer service I bumped my rating to a 2 star and if my replacement charger works as it should I will write another update and change my rating as appropriate. Despite the issue this company has what many lack which is a good customer service
Original: My old iPhone charger (some knock off I bought at Walmart) recently broke so I bought this one to replace it. It worked great for about 3 days. Now it's nothing but a huge pain in my rear end and I hate it. I spend about 2 mins everytime I charge my phone jiggling it, continuously plugging and unplugging it from my phone, and adjusting and readjusting the cord just to get my phone to recognize it and start charging. So won't be buying again...back to Walmart I go
I got an Ipad from my work, but they did not have any chargers. They told me to buy one and they would cover the cost.
Just as a few notes,
You will want a wall adapter for USB to the wall power outlet. *I already had a wall adapter for USB.
When you plug an ipad into a computer or laptop it will not charge unless its turned off or not in use.
Charging from a laptop or computer can take a very long time, but the ipad battery is very good. Just make sure you develop a charging routine.