Are all of my iPhone accessories about to be useless because of a switch to a 19-pin connection?
delia25 2 years ago
I know this is unconfirmed, but I've read a number of things about Apple switching from a 30-pin dock connector to a 19-pin connector on the upcoming iPhone. But, but........I have years worth of goodies, some of them quite expensive, that use the 30-pin connector! Am I going to have to spend literally hundreds of dollars to be able to do all the things with an iPhone 5 that I can with an iPhone 4? I had always counted on my accessories working with the each new iPhone that I got, so I didn't hesitate to buy stuff. Why is Apple making this switch now?
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