Picking the Right Cable
The most common non-Apple charging cable. Chances are, if it’s not an Apple product, the device most likely uses a micro USB cable.
Compatibility (Includes): Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S, Galaxy Note, OnePlus, Sony Xperia X
Apple Lightning 8 Pin
The current standard for charging Apple devices.
Compatibility (Includes): iPhone 5 to 7/7 Plus, iPad with Retina, iPad mini to mini 4, iPad Air to Air 2, iPad Pro 9.7in, iPad Pro 12.9in, iPod touch 5th to 6th generation, iPod nano 7th generation, appleTV remote.
The newest standard for charging cables. While it is not yet widely popular, most new devices are expected to use it.
Compatibility (Includes): Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, OnePlus 2, LG Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Lumia 950 & 950 XL, LG G5, HTC 10, Moto Z
Apple 30 Pin Cable
A discontinued standard for charging cable for Apple devices. This cable can still be found due to its previous popularity.
Compatibility: iPhone 3G to 4s, iPad 1st to 3rd Generation, iPod Classic, iPod Nano 1st to 6th Generation, iPod touch 1st to 4th generation.
Installing the Replacement Cables
The manual you received with your charging station includes instructions on how to replace your charging cables. We also offer videos to walk you through the process.