What is the old iPhone Cable called?

What is the old iPhone Cable called?

Lightning is a proprietary computer bus and power connector created and designed by Apple Inc. Introduced on September 12, 2012, to replace its predecessor, the 30-pin dock connector.

What Apple products use 30-pin?

Apple’s proprietary 30-pin connector was common to most Apple mobile devices (iPhone (1st generation, 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S), 1st through 4th generation iPod Touch, iPad, iPad 2, and iPad 3rd gen) from its introduction with the 3rd generation iPod classic in 2003 until the Lightning connector was released in late 2012.

What is a 30-pin?

The 30-pin dock connector is a proprietary connection interface originally designed and developed by Apple Computer. It was common to older generation Apple mobile devices (original iPhone, iPod nano, iPod touch, etc.)

What is the old iPad connector called?

6-Pin FireWire Connector: This was the connector of the original iPod, and was used until the third-generation iPod introduced a new dock connector.

What is an Apple 30 pin adapter?

This adapter lets you connect devices with a Lightning connector to many of your 30-pin accessories. * Supports analog audio output and USB audio, as well as syncing and charging.

Are all Apple 30 pin connectors the same?

2 Answers. The USB-to-30-pin-dock cables are electrically identical. All of them can carry enough charging current for both devices.

What was the last iPad with 30-pin connector?

iPad 3rd generation
any iPad 3rd generation you can find will have the old 30 pin conector. Only the new 4th generation iPads have the Lightning connector. Currently only 4th Generation iPads are being sold.

What do I plug a Lightning cable into?

Lightning to USB Cable You can connect iPhone to a power outlet using a compatible power adapter (sold separately) and the included cable. You can also connect the included cable to your computer’s USB port for charging, transferring files, and more.