Lightning Adapter – Why I Love It
This Lightning Adapter has won my heart!
Not only is it awesome to connect to the internet, but you are also able to plug in an external keyboard.
It seems with the way of the modern world, where everyone is addicted to their phones and devices, getting them off these is a “losing battle.”
Actually reducing your screen time is ideal – as you will improve your concentration, mood, eye health and even relationships with others… and overall engagement with the world.
I do realise that getting people to have some hours or even a day of “Digital Detox” is getting harder and harder… Which is especially so for the generation that has grown up with our modern technology.
This to me, this is a compromise. Use your devices, but do so more safely.
It will not solve the issue of short-wave light exposure from the LEDs in the screen, your concentration or your engagement in the world. But it will reduce your EMF exposure if you use these. That’s a win, agreed?
What is it?
This impressive Lightning Adapter can be used for i-products – iPhones, iPads, iPods.
It allows you to plug into all three of these:
- ethernet RJ45 port
- USB port
- lightning port
Meaning that you can use your i-product on ethernet – keeping it in flight mode and reducing your exposure to RF EMF.
Specifications of Lightning Adapter
- Lightning Adapter to RJ45 LAN ethernet adapter converter
- High speed internet connection: 10/100mbps Ethernet LAN Wired Network
- 3-in-1 Adapter: USB, RJ45, Lightning
- Anodised aluminium frame, with durable plastic casing
- Reliable use for iOS: 9.2 or higher
- Plug-in-and-use – easy installation
NOTE: I ordered a small batch, and as such, they were packed poorly… Thus, the outer cardboard boxes are slightly damaged – which is why the price is reduced. The damage to the outer cardboard box has no bearing on the functioning of these Lightning Adapters, as they are well -protected with the inner blister packaging.
How to Use it
It is SO simple to use.
Simply ensure you turn off mobile data, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, then plug in the Lightning Adapter, and then plug in your internet cable.
Download Our Troubleshooting Guide – although this was written for an earlier model that we stocked, the same still applies to this one. I also find that new iOS updates can cause it to stop working, but then it does work again.