Apple Mobile Devices
The original iPhone and early iPod and iPad models all used the same type of cable to charge and to sync data. This connector has 30 Pins in a relatively wide housing, and is sometimes referred to as a 30-pin connector.
The following devices use the 30-pin connector
iPad (3rd generation)
iPod touch (1st through 4th generation)
iPod nano (1st through 6th generation)
In 2012, Apple introduced a more compact connector to charge and sync data on the then-new iPhone 5. This connector is called Lightning.
The following devices use the lightning connector
iPhone 6 Plus
iPad mini 3
iPad Air 2
iPad mini 2
iPad (4th generation)
iPod touch (5th generation)
iPod nano (7th generation)
Android and other mobile devices
Most Android phones and many other mobile devices use a small connector called Micro-USB to charge and sync data.
While there are many devices that use the Micro-USB connector, here are some of the more popular models
Samsung Galaxy SIII
Samsung Galaxy S4
Samsung Galaxy S5
Google Nexus 6
Motorola Moto X
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