Universal Dock 2010

At A Glance

The Universal Dock was an external docking device for a range of iOS devices such as the iPhone and iPod. It retailed for $59 and included a glossy white docking station, IR (infrared) control, and five Universal Dock Adapters to support a range of devices.

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Original Specifications

The Apple Universal Dock served as a convenient and elegant home base for charging, syncing, and more. Through the use of interchangeable inserts called Dock Adapters, it worked with the iPhone and all iPod models that had a dock connector and dock adapter. You could keep just one Dock connected to a computer, stereo, or TV. Any iPhone or iPod with a dock connector can fit perfectly into the Universal Dock through the use of interchangeable inserts called Dock Adapters. Simply insert the Dock Adapter for a particular model, then plug in the iPod. To connect a different-size iPod or iPhone, simply pop out the Dock Adapter and insert another one. The Universal Dock package also includes the USB Power Adapter, USB Cable, and five adapters for iPod and iPhone models. Other adapters and cables are available separately.

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