iPhone Lightning Dock

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

It might be a bit late, but being late is better than never. Like many iPhone owners out there, we’ve been hoping for an official Apple Lightning dock for years – and it looks like the Cupertino-based tech giant was listening to the feedback.

Sporting the minimalistic design aesthetics we’ve come to love so dearly from the brand, this small white slab comes equipped with a slightly reclined Lightning plug, and absolutely no indents or recessions. This is significant because it allows the dock to work with all past Lightning equipped iPhone models, but also all future ones as well. On the backside Apple has also outfitted the dock with a 3.5mm auxiliary port to connect speakers or headphones for playing your favorite tunes. The dock sells for $40 through the Apple online store. [Purchase]

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Tech

This Titanium and Bronze Utility Knife was Designed by Aerospace Engineers

A sliding utility knife with a two-piece interlocking Ti-6Al-4V chassis.

Posted By Tim Huber

Partner
Featured Image

Sony’s Next-Gen Alpha 7 IV Is Its Most Powerful Mirrorless Camera Yet

Sony is redefining what the term "base package" entails with the Alpha 7's latest iteration.

Posted By

Oct 26, 2021

Featured Image

Master & Dynamic Debuts the World’s First True Luxury Gaming Headphones

An ultra-low-latency, lambskin & aluminum pair of gaming-specific hifi headphones.

Posted By

Oct 26, 2021

Featured Image

BLOK’s Smart Cutting Board Teaches You How to Cook While You Prep

The Philadelphia-based startup offers a grocery delivery service to complement its sleek cutting board.

Posted By

Oct 26, 2021

Featured Image

Toyota Made a Mini Mirai RC Car That Runs on a Real Hydrogen Fuel Cell

The reveal of the Mini Mirai comes on the heels of Toyota's release of its life-sized counterpart.

Posted By

Oct 22, 2021

Featured Image

Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro Run on the Brand’s First In-House Processor

The tech wizard's new smartphone runs on the Google Tensor chip.

Posted By

Oct 20, 2021