[Apple MFi Certified] Poweradd 30 Pin USB Charging and Sync Dock Connector Data Cable for iPhone 4S / 4, iPad 1 / 2 / 3, iPod Touch, iPod Nano – 4.0 Feet / 1.2 Meters (White)


Poweradd- Power your life

Poweradd 30 pin USB and cable – certified by Apple. Charging and Syncing your iPhone, iPad or iPod to Mac or windows PC. Or connecting with any standard USB wall ports, USB car chargers to charge your iDevices.


– Interface: Dock to USB 2.0 Type A

– Color: White

– Weight: 23g

– Length: 4.0 Feet / 1.2 meters

Compatible Models:

– iPhone: iPhone 4S / iPhone 4 / iPhone 3GS / iPhone 3G

– iPad: 1st / 2nd / 3rd generations

– iPod touch: 1st / 2nd / 3rd / 4th generations

– iPod nano: 1st / 2nd / 3rd / 4th / 5th / 6th generations

– iPod classsic: 1st / 2nd / 3rd generations

Industry-leading warranty

Here at Poweradd, we provide 24-MONTH warranty and 24h*7d Customer Service for any purchase from us.

Product Features

  • Apple 30-pin connector to USB Type A cable.
  • Certified by Apple (MFi), meets/exceeds Apple’s performance standards.
  • 2-in-1 function: charging and transferring data at the same time.
  • 4.0 feet (1.2 meters) durable cable completely meet your needs, light-weight and not easily coiled.
  • Compatible with iPhone 3G/3GS/4/4S, iPad 1/2/3, iPod nano 5th/6th generations and iPod Touch 3rd/4th generations.


  1. Works as well as my original Apple cable I received this at no cost in exchange for writing a review. Here are my comments.1. This 4ft cable works just as well as the original cable that came with my iPhone 4S to charge it, but costs a fraction of the price.2. This is the same thickness as my original cable and sits just as securely in my iPhone when it is being charged (sometimes non-Apple cables fit loosely and can unintentionally be detached from the phone before charging is complete).3. A velcro…

  2. An excellent replacement for my 30-pin Apple USB cable that was on its last leg … For some reason, I’ve had a lot of problems finding a 30-pin USB charging cable for my 1st generation iPad. I use both my original iPad and my iPad Air continually and when one is charging, the other tends to be in use. My original 30-pin cable was simply falling apart, as in having to use electrical tape falling apart.Essentialy my USB cable was slowly becoming an unshielded one. I had to be very careful trying to get it connected to a charge and ultimately had to resort…