Apple Quietly Intros MicroUSB-to-30-Pin Adapter
Oct 4, 2011, 4:09 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Apple has recently listed a new adapter for sale though its U.K. web store that allows iOS device users to connect a standard microUSB cable to the 30-pin port on the bottom of the iPhone/iPad. The adapter is being sold for Â£8, or a little more than $12. Apple is likely selling the adapter in order to conform with European Union law, which mandates that mobile phones use the microUSB standard for charging and data transfer. Apple has not indicated if it will make the adapter for sale in other markets.
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Is 30-Pin even any good?
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