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The iPhone 5 Will Ship With a Free Lightning to 30-pin Adapter After All (Update: Maybe Not!)

Apple's decision to change the iPhone's connector to the new Lightning standard has been ruffling feathers, not least because the adapter required to use it with old accessories costs $30 and doesn't support video. Fortunately, the phone will be shipping with a converter in the box. » 9/14/12 8:01am 9/14/12 8:01am

Apple Component Cable Works With iPhone...For Realz

Thanks to the 1.1.1 update, TV out on the iPhone is a reality—you can even preview what you are watching on the iPhone itself. Unfortunately, the cables won't work with your dock (although this should be corrected with the new Universal Dock) and if you have a hacked iPhone you may be out of luck—but I'm sure you… » 10/04/07 11:15pm 10/04/07 11:15pm

TV Out on iPhone Coming Soon via Software Update?

The Apple Store page for the component AV cables—which up until now only supported the iPod classic—lists both the iPod touch and the iPhone as supported devices. What's up with that? The iPhone doesn't support TV out. Well, seeing as the iPod touch is also there, and since the touch and the iPhone are almost exactly… » 9/06/07 3:15pm 9/06/07 3:15pm