PQI Apple Lightning to USB Sync & Charge Cable MFi Certified 1M
1M PQI Apple Lightning to USB Cable for iPhones/iPads Sync and Charge Apple MFi CERTIFIED, Black
By DPD On 29th May
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Apple Lightning 8-Pin Syncing and Charging Cable
Apple's next-generation syncing and charging cable is suitable for all Apple's latest devices: iPhone X/XR/XS 8/7/6/5 series, iPod touch 5th Generation, iPod nano 7th Generation, iPad 4th/5th+ Generation and iPad mini.
The manufacturing of the PQI Lightning Cable is in full compliance with Apple's design specifications, and passes the Apple MFi (Made for iPhone/ iPad) Certification, ensuring it is completely safe to use
Can Transfer Data and Charge Simultaneously
Fully complies with Apple's design specifications, and is able to transfer data and electrical charge at the same time.
Can Be Inserted with Either Side Facing Up
The new generation Lightning Cable has a unique connector design, where it can be plugged in with either side facing up, making it even more convenient.
• 1m length.
• Compatible with: iPhone X/XR/XS 8/7/6/5, iPod touch 5th Generation, iPod nano 7th Generation, iPad 4th/5th+ Generation and iPad mini.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
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