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OLORO Lightning Splitter

Lightning splitter for iphone and ipad

$19.99 & free shipping

 
(5 customer reviews)
Estimated shipping times

Shipping times are a bit delayed due to the current COVID-19 pendamic. Please allow 2 - 4 weeks for your delivery, although we expect most orders to be delivered much sooner. If you have any questions, check out our FAQ section or feel free to reach out to us at support@oloro.co

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OLORO Lightning Splitter

Dual functionality

Remember the good ol’ days when you could charge your iphone and listen to music through headphones at the same time? – Now you can do so even more efficiently with OLORO’s 2A fast charging current. Our double lightning port version supports remote and mic control as well as fast charging and flawless audio.

Reimagine and enhance the wired connection to your iphone/ipad by wielding dual connectivity power.

Super lite and portable

Weighing just 7g, the equivalent of 3 pennies, you don’t have to worry about your OLORO Lightning splitter weighing you down. – Simply plug it in and forget about it.

You don’t even have to remove your iphone/ipad case.

Apple certified

From our upgraded decoding chip to our oxygen-free copper core – it’s all gotten the coveted Apple stamp of approval.

Our OLORO lightning splitter was engineered specifically for iphone/ipad/apple products and is Apple MFi certified. So you’ll enjoy a static/noise free listening and phone calling experience.

Apple MFi certified chip.

Our OLORO lightning splitter was engineered specifically for iphone/ipad/apple products and is Apple MFi certified. So you’ll enjoy a static/noise free listening and phone calling experience.

Apple MFi certified chip.

Compatibility is a given

Being that the OLORO lightning splitter is Apple certified, Compatibility is a no brainer.

lightning port with 3.5mm audio jack version does not support call functionality.

2 lightning ports – allows for call functionality, remote, charging and audio playback.

our lightning splitters deliver smooth audio with up to 48 kHz, 24-bit audio output for clear conversations and flawless music playback.

The OLORO lightning splitter is compatible with all Apple lightning devices from iphone 7 to the present, including the new ios 13 update.

From the

iPhone 7

From the iPhone 7…

…To the latest iPad

enhance the wired connection to your iphone/ipadup with up to 48 kHz, 24-bit audio output for clear conversations and flawless music playback.

To the

latest iPad

Oxygen-free copper wiring

Oxygen corrodes copper overtime, giving it a greenish color -just take a look at an old penny – so we minimize that issue by eliminating oxygen from the cable’s environment and using pure copper for our wiring.

Oxygen-free copper wiring

Oxygen corrodes copper overtime, giving it a greenish color -just take a look at an old penny – so we minimize that issue by eliminating oxygen from the cable’s environment and using pure copper for our wiring.

Option

Double lightning port, Single lightning port & 3.5mm audio jack

MPN

33021286792

FAQs

You have questions, and we have answers.

You have questions, and we have answers.

Does it fall out of the phone, or is it a secure fit?

Nope, the splitter shouldn’t fall out of your phone with regular use, it’s just as secure as your regular headphone jack or charger.

Will I get the 'ACCESSORY NOT SUPPORTED' pop up?

Nope, the ỌLỌRỌ splitter is Apple certified to be compatible with lightning devices. To avoid any connectivity issues, simply plug wires (charger/earplugs) into the adapter BEFORE connecting to any Apple device.

What’s the difference in functionality between the double lightning port model and single lightning port model?

The quick rundown is as follows –  

Single lightning port version:  3.5mm audio jack; lightning port; does not support calling or remote control 

Double lightning port version: 2 lightning ports; supports audio, mic, remote control, and charging.

Plus a pro tip from other customers: Plug wires (charger/earplugs) into adaptor BEFORE connecting to Apple device

 
General faqs

Still didn’t find what you are looking for? Feel free to email us at contact@oloro.co

Specifications

Tech spec aren’t just for nerds anymore.

Tech spec aren’t just for nerds anymore.

Components:

1 OLORO Lightning splitter.

Components:

1 OLORO Lightning splitter.

VOLTAGE:

Input: 5V; Output: 5V

COLOR:

Pure serenity

SIZE:

100*28(mm); Lighting port end: 10mm

Support data transfer:

No

SINGLE LIGHTING PORT VERSION:

3.5mm audio jack; lightning port; does not support calling or remote control,

DOUBLE LIGHTING PORT VERSION:

2 lightning ports; supports audio, mic, remote control, and charging

NOTE:

Plug wires (charger/earplugs) into adaptor BEFORE connecting to Apple device

VOLTAGE:

Input: 5V; Output: 5V

COLOR:

Pure serenity

SIZE:

100*28(mm); Lighting port end: 10mm

Support data transfer:

No

SINGLE LIGHTING PORT VERSION:

3.5mm audio jack; lightning port; does not support calling or remote control,

DOUBLE LIGHTING PORT VERSION:

2 lightning ports; supports audio, mic, remote control, and charging

NOTE:

Plug wires (charger/earplugs) into adaptor BEFORE connecting to Apple device

5 reviews for OLORO Lightning Splitter

  1. M***s

    Well folks, this unit is the real deal. I have never encountered one of these units that actually lets me sync my iPhone with my PC until I bought this one. The cheaper units I keep mentioning do allow charging and listening, but I found it very hit or miss to have the microphone/play/pause/volume controls work with those units (almost always being a “miss”). Worse yet, many of those cheaper units claim to support syncing, which has thus far proven to be completely false. On the other hand, this unit worked…with a couple of small hiccups (go two paragraphs down to see my report on this).

    Regarding audio quality, control, and reliability, this thing is an ace. My 3.5mm stereo headphone/earphones with and without the microphone/play/pause/volume controls all worked. In other words, it seems any of the listening devices with 3 or 4 conductor plugs (a.k.a. TRS and TRRS, respectively) I threw at it worked. The audio quality was perfect (no high-pitched noises, clicks, static, etc.). The controls were flawless. When I pressed a button, the phone reacted as expected.

    As far as syncing, however, there were some issues. I plugged the unit into one of my PC’s USB 2.0 ports. Then I connected the headphones and finally I connected the cable to the phone. It showed up almost instantly, so I was quite ecstatic. But to my dismay, seconds later it disconnected…only to reconnect seconds after that. This happened over and over. So long as it was in any of my USB 2.0 ports, this phenomenon occurred, regardless if I wiggled the cable, reset the phone, or any of the dozen other things I tried. Finally, I move it to a USB 3.0 on my PC and the problem went away. It established an instant connection that never failed! I was able to transfer photos, videos, music, etc. from the phone to my PC via iTunes and via my OS’s explorer interface (Win 7, in my case).

    The plug end of the unit is larger than normal, so it did not fit my Otterbox Commuter case without me scraping a bit of plastic from the bottom. I was a little annoyed by that, but with very minimal effort I rectified that.

    So, if you are willing to spend a bit of cash for such an item, I would recommend it, especially over the cheaper ones. Be prepared for the sync glitch (as I mentioned above) – if it happens to you, try a different USB port. Heck, you may not even face the problem. I also recommend not handling it like an animal. I have no doubt that these units all come from cheap-labor factories around the world, so don’t expect it to handle abuse. Since I use these units for work, they tend to rest comfortably on my desk or workbench, so I never stress them. If you do the same, you will probably be just as happy as I am.

  2. R***r

    . The only complaint I have (that isn’t Oloro’s fault) is that if you plug your phone into a data port to charge (eg, the USB jack in your car), then the headphone jack doesn’t work anymore. I’m 99.9% certain that’s Apple’s fault. I like to listen to podcasts or Audible books while on long car rides, and I usually put one headphone in to listen so that I don’t bother my passengers. I used to be able to do this and still keep my phone plugged in to charge, but that’s no longer possible because the data port takes over and “shuts off” the headphone jack. Again, this is Apple’s dumb fault and not Oloro’s, but it’s still an annoyance.

  3. A***a

    Works perfectly, arrived in less than a month

  4. C***s

    It works great. What more can I say? I’ll update if it breaks though.

  5. A***a

    Very good adapter. Very useful do keep charging the phone while using a wired headphone. 8 months later & this is still operating perfectly. If you are considering any of the cheaper alternatives please stop right now & buy this one. Yes, it’s more expensive but I spent £16 on TWO inferior products to ‘save money’ before finally purchasing this one. I regularly use the phone while plugged into this device, thus stretching/curving the cable but it shows no sign of connection issues. The cheap alternatives lasted approx 1-2 weeks each in the same conditions & had to be jiggled or held completely straight to work.

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