Which charger is the world’s smallest iPhone charger?

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If you’re a loyal iPhone user you’re probably used to toting around its charging adapter and cable just in case. Apple has done a good job at making it tiny, but by cutting the cord, the iCan looks even easier to pocket.



iCan is a multi charger, it packs a pair of hidden prongs that allowing it to be plugged directly into PC or Other electronic devices. And hidden beneath a cap side is the standard dock connector used by iOS devices, letting you then connect your iPhone or iPod Touch.

iCan already received “Made for iPod and iPhone” authorization and compatible with iPhone, iPod, SONY, HTC, SUMSUNG, NOKIA and other phones and electronics.

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