Designed by Apple in California Assembled In China
USB Lightning Cable For iPhone, iPad and iPod
Compatible with all models with a connector
This USB 2.0 cable connects your iPhone, iPad, or iPod with Lightning connector to your computer's USB port for syncing and charging or to the Apple USB Power Adapter for convenient charging from a wall outlet
Product SKU: Biosys-Apple-Original-Lightning-To-USB-Cable-1m Size (length*width*height):
6.6cm x 1.9cm
x 8cm Availability: In Stock
The certified Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s USB charging and data cord is made to plug into any USB charger to charge up your Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s as well as plug into your computer USB port to charge as well as sync your phone. Use the Apple cube or the fast rate charge and this cord will not slow down your phones charging speed. If you need to sync your phone with a computer, this item will synchronize and backup your schedules, contacts and pictures between your computer and Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s as well.
Slim profile charger. The charger tip is a slim design so that the charger fits in the charger port of your cell phone even when your phone is wrapped in a protective case.
It is a smaller connector which when compared to Dock connector, has only 8 pins which makes it much smaller in size than Dock which has 30 pins. When comparing with USB, it is little bigger but not that much. Another addition in Lightning, besides being small in size, is it’s built in processor. As it can be connected in both directions i.e. right way or upside down, so when connected to a device, the processor detects the direction of the connection and then reroutes the electric signal so that the device works properly in either case.
Apple recommends using only accessories that Apple has certified and that come with the "Made for iPod/iPhone/iPad" logo. Learn about the issues that counterfeit or uncertified Lightning accessories can cause and how to identify these accessories.
If you use a counterfeit or uncertified Lightning accessory, you could see these issues:
Your iOS device could become damaged
The cable might be easily damaged
The connector end might fall off, get very hot, or might not fit properly into your device
You might not be able to sync or charge your device