Apple charger sold here in Norwich, Norfolk a convenient place in the area of UEA.
My iPhone, iPad iMac or iPod is not charging. Maybe you need a new Apple charger or a new charging port for your product.
Apple charger, do you have one? is a well known saying between us all, I need a new Apple charger. Our Norwich shop provide all Apple accessories.
Call our shop Norwich 01603-905-905 for a price on your i-repair.
We repair all tablet devices including iPads and iPods. We specialise in fixing all problems and faults including touch digitizer issues, replacing LCD screens, back light, home button, power button, volume flex, charging flex, charging IC, display IC, Touch IC, front and back camera, camera lens, battery replacement, mic, speaker and much more.
The iPhone 4 and 4S use a 30-pin data sync charge cable apple charger,which is also compatible with the iPad (1st, 2nd, and 3rd generation), iPod Nano (4th, 5th, and 6th generation), and the iPod Touch (2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation). The end of the data sync cable has a USB connection that plugs into your computer and charges through the computer as well. A small two-pronged outlet plug, known as the 5-watt USB power adaptor, comes as standard issue with the cable, allowing one to plug the USB connection into it, and then the outlet plug into the wall. The cord is approximately 45 inches long; however, longer cords are available. The average charging time of an iPhone 4 or 4S with a drained battery is about 4.5 hours.
The iPhone 5 has a different charging connection: the Lightning connector.. The Lightning connector has an 8-pin-to-USB data sync apple charger cable. This cable is also compatible with the iPad (4th generation), iPad Mini, iPod Nano (7th generation), and the iPod Touch (5th generation). The cable connects to a power adapter that plugs into the wall. This particular connector rapidly charges an iPhone, which is an upgrade from the cable that was standard issue with earlier models. On a completely drained battery, the charging time is about 2 to 3 hours.
In the car, there are several ways you can charge your iPhone. The simplest is through a car apple charger with a 30-pin or 8-pin connection (depending on the iPhone model) that plugs into the vehicle power port (12 volts) or cigarette lighter on older vehicles. This type of charger supplies continuous charging and a dead phone may take anywhere from 1 to 2 hours to charge completely. One nice feature of having a car charger is one still has the ability to use the phone while it is charging.