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apple lighting cable £5 instore @ Asda (Cardiff Bay)
apple lighting cable £5 instore @ Asda (Cardiff Bay)

apple lighting cable £5 instore @ Asda (Cardiff Bay)

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Bought from Cardiff bay Asda I think it's store specific but reduced from £25 to £5 a couple left

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Great price for an official cable, heat added

Amazing price, heat added!

How long is the cable?

2 m

It it in northampton store?

Anon32

How long is the cable?



That's what she said

Nice find will look tom in my area. HEAT

any place I can by a macbookPro (2011) replacement power supply /charger?
cheers

Which generation?

Banned

Damn. I thought this cable might be usuable for hue lighting - then fell in what it was!

LightNing.

Just in case anyone is running searches and deal alerts that won't pick this up.

Apple do lighting?

Got the last one in the Cardiff store!

Yellow stickers are usually store specific...

I got one of these in my local Poundland

fazmo

I got one of these in my local Poundland



Not an original but haven't had any problem with it

Better off with a third party cable like Anker for example. Not much more cost & will last much longer.

Anon32

It it in northampton store?



​Yet it it

Gollywood

​Yet it it


It it in Bristol store too. Thanks

What's it for??
Edited by: "PowerPantsPete" 31st Dec 2016

loads of genuine one's on Ebay and cheaper too

Peamarshy77

loads of genuine one's on Ebay and cheaper too



Peamarshy77

loads of genuine one's on Ebay and cheaper too



Almost no chance of them *actually* being genuine. A common eBay trick to use that word. A 'genuine' cable in that it is a cable; but not made by Apple.

fazmo

Not an original but haven't had any problem with it



They will work but they charge slower and they don't have an official licensed regulator chip in them so there's always a risk of them damaging the phone. Last one I used with my iPad - battery ended up swelling up. Could have been coincidence but it put me off these super-cheap cables. I have a Griffin cable and a Philips cable now, both with certified chips in them.

When it comes to the risk of frying your iThing, the quality of the charger is the thing to watch.

It was probably the last one in a store so reduced and see the heat and even that was probably the only store across country.

Welcome to HUKD

misterleoni

They will work but they charge slower and they don't have an official … They will work but they charge slower and they don't have an official licensed regulator chip in them so there's always a risk of them damaging the phone. Last one I used with my iPad - battery ended up swelling up. Could have been coincidence but it put me off these super-cheap cables. I have a Griffin cable and a Philips cable now, both with certified chips in them.



Fair point, my iPhone is pretty much knackered anyway so wasn't really much of a risk for me on this occasion but I see what you're saying

misterleoni

Almost no chance of them *actually* being genuine. A common eBay trick to … Almost no chance of them *actually* being genuine. A common eBay trick to use that word. A 'genuine' cable in that it is a cable; but not made by Apple.



​well I bought a genuine apple one

Peamarshy77

​well I bought a genuine apple one



Got a link? And are you sure it's the real deal?

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There's are genuine apple cable
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