iPhone 4s Charging Dock - Spyder3D World

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This is a phone dock for the iPhone 4s. It can also be used as a charging dock, but you must provide your own charging cord. The dimensions are 9.5 cm x 12.2 cm x 5.5 cm (w x h x l) measuring from the highest/widest/deepest point. My original design was built with LEGOs, so the result may be slightly different than expected. When pulling out your phone from the charger, you may have to hold the dock down since it may be too light. However, if you wrap it correctly, the cord should stay in place. Instructions for charging dock: 1: thread the usb cord from the top through the hole in the dock until the charger stops going through 2: make sure the cord is pulled all the way through (if you pull it tight enough, then when you finish wrapping you should be able to plug in and pull out your phone without much hassle), then pull the usb end out towards the back between the two columns 3: wrap the cord around the right/left two columns (does not matter which side you choose) 4: continue wrapping the cord around the four columns in a figure eight pattern until you have your desired length of cord (make sure the usb cord comes out the back when you are finished wrapping)

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5: finally, plug in your usb cord to whatever you are using your phone for (charger, adapter, computer, etc.)

Release date: July 22, 2016
Last updated: June 28, 2018
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