|Aug 24, 2007, 07:18 PM||#1|
Charging iPhone in UK without Computer.
I'm gonna be spendin next week where there wont be any computers to dock my iphone, so im worried about the battery runnin out.
Could i just use a normal travel charger to convert my US charger iphone that came wiv it into a normal UK socket?
Appeciate the help as im goin in 12 hours lol.
|Aug 24, 2007, 07:28 PM||#2|
you can... the all current apple power bricks are dual voltage, so just using a plug adapter is fine. you can also buy the apple travel adapter kit thing (i'm not sure of the actual name) that has the international plugs that snap into the power brick like your US one does.
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