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Step 3: Finish! and Enjoy! and Test!

<p>To charge an iPod, you will need to convert 5V to 2V-2.5V. This is because it needs to &quot;see&quot; that. Use 33K and 22K resistors and make a voltage divider. Hook the 33k resistors to the + line. Hook the 22k resistors to the - line. Solder them together, and hook them up to the middle pins. Hook it up to an iPod or iPhone. iOS 7 devices don't need these resistors.</p><p>Voltage Divider-</p><p>5v*22k/(22k+33k)</p><p>5v*22k/55k</p><p>110/55k</p><p>2v</p>
Have you tested it? <br> <br>Because Apple charging methods are a bit complex, you need to put a load on D- D+ USB lines in order to the iPad, iPod, iPhone to charge, otherwise it won't work; and because the iPad needs 2 amperes in order to &quot;fast charge&quot; iPods, and iPones need 1 ampere to &quot;fast charge&quot; <br> <br>There's a lot of examples to do that.

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