Review: Apple iPhone 5c Dock

Each of Apple's Docks was designed to hold a given device or several devices upright, using a pass-through Dock Connector plug and port system to make a single connection for your choice of charging and/or computer synchronization.

Apple iPhone 5c Dock

Apple iPhone 5c Dock

Apple didn’t just release 2 new phones, it also released a lot of official accessories to go with them. Apple skipped a generation using the iPhone 5 with regards to offering up a dock, however with the release of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c they’re back. What we have here is the iPhone 5c dock, that doubles up as well as cater quite nicely for that iPhone 5/5s.

Each of Apple’s Docks was designed to hold a given device or several devices upright, utilizing a pass-through Dock Connector plug and port system to create a single connection for your selection of charging and/or computer synchronization. Most of the Docks included as well 3.5mm line out ports, enabling the connected devices to output their finest quality analog audio to external speakers, and iPhone-specific Docks included special grates at the base to safely pass through speakerphone audio.

When Apple released the Lightning port-equipped iPhone 5 this past year, it uncharacteristically said that it didn’t have plan to release a dock, and could leave the market to third-party developers. This season, plans obviously changed, because there are now two new options: the iPhone 5c Dock and also the iPhone 5s Dock, the latter of which is backward-compatible with the iPhone 5 as well as happens to fit the fifth-generation ipod itouch.

And that’s it. There’s nothing else to say of it, because it’s exactly what it says on the box. A dock for your iPhone 5c – and your iPhone 5 or iPhone 5s. Minimalist, practical, and just what we want from an iPhone dock. Also it doesn’t cost the earth, either.

Ways you can use the iPhone 5c Dock

  • Connect the dock to an electrical socket using the Apple USB Power Adapter (incorporated with your iPhone) to charge the battery.
  • Connect the dock to powered speakers or perhaps a stereo using a 3.5-mm cable (sold separately) to experience music and podcasts through your iPhone.
  • Connect the dock to your computer using a USB cable (sold separately) to charge and sync your iPhone
  • Place your iPhone within the dock and enjoy clear audio during speakerphone calls because of special audio porting.
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