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Apple MD818ZM/A Lightning to USB Cable - Not in retail Packaging

3.6 out of 5 stars 505 customer reviews
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  • This Apple Lightning to USB Cable 1M.
  • You can also use this cable with a USB power adapter (not included) or dock for fast charging
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  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 2 cm ; 18 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 59 g
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  • Item model number: 0000438431
  • ASIN: B00I8P2KLG
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 July 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (505 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

Identify counterfeit or uncertified Lightning connector accessories Some companies manufacture accessories that are similar to Apple Lightning accessories but aren't certified by Apple. Apple recommends using only accessories that are certified by Apple and come with the "Made for iPod/iPhone/iPad" logo. Learn how to identify counterfeit or uncertified Lightning accessories. If you use counterfeit or uncertified Lightning accessories, you might have these issues: Device damage Syncing issues Cable damage Charging issues Cable doesn't fit properly Connector end falling off Excessive heat in the connector Cables and accessories manufactured by Apple have a Lightning connector and other unique features that distinguish them from cables and accessories not manufactured by Apple. Looking for these features can help you identify counterfeit or uncertified cables and accessories. Inspect the accessory's packaging. Certified third-party accessories have the MFi logo on their packaging. Inspect the accessory. A Lightning to USB cable manufactured by Apple has "Designed by Apple in California Assembled in China" imprinted on the cable about seven inches from the USB connector. A serial number with either 12 or 17 digits is imprinted at the end of this text: Inspect the accessory. A certified, third-party Lightning to USB cable will usually have company branding applied to the Lightning connector boot. Use the Lightning connector, USB connector, and laser etchings to identify counterfeit or uncertified Lightning accessories. See the images below of genuine Apple connectors and samples of counterfeit or uncertified Lightning connectors. The counterfeit samples below are limited; there are more variants than are shown below.

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Very dissatisfied with the obvious attempt to pass a cheap copy of the apple charger off as genuine.... Expect a full refund and also for this product and the description to be changed as it's false advertisement
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By Sarah on 3 Nov. 2013
These are not Apple products, they sent me a replacement after complaining re the first one but this is the same, they don't work so you can't charge or connect to laptop and the wires are now showing as casing broken from both ends!! Will never use these again
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Not legitimate cables - I get the warning message when plugged into my phone - however they do charge the phone, which is why I bought them.
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I have been in contact with you about this item and you refunded me my money back .I purchase this item because it said it was 100per cent genunine .
There was a problem with the item I took it to a apple shop who told me that it was not a genuine item .that is why I asked for my money back if there was a no star rating it would have it
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When I plugged this into my Ipad Air it reported it was not an Apple certified product. Although it charged the device I could not use the Ipad as the screen would not scroll and the touch screen did not work properly until I unplugged the lead.
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Although this is labelled as an Apple product this is misleading. It is not an Apple product and as a result it will work as a charging lead for an iPhone/iPad but does not have full functionality (it does not connect my iPhone 5S to my MacBook Pro for example). So if you want an additional charging lead then this product is fine but if you want to use to to connect to another Apple device then don't buy it.
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When connected my iPhone told me this cable is not a genuine device and may not work - It didn't work and fell to pieces when unplugged.
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Arrived very promptly, very securely packaged... Only problem is that it's not a genuine apple product . I purchased it for exclusive use in my car, to avoid using my cable that came with my phone, which I use at home. Oh what a surprise when I plugged it into the lighter socket in
my car and I get that all too familiar message " this is not a genuine cable and may not work properly " and it did not work. Very disappointed purchaser who will be contacting these cowboys for my money back and an explanation about their business practice of selling counterfeit products as genuine apple ones..., not happy at all
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