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iPhone 5 to Have Smaller, 19-Pin Dock Connector

AlistairCharlton (2525880) writes | about 2 years ago

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AlistairCharlton writes "The next iPhone will use a smaller, 19-pin dock connector, replacing the decade-old 30-pin design and making all previous accessories incompatible without an adapter.

As iPhone 5 gossip and speculation continues to rise ahead of an expected autumn launch, Reuters is the latest to claim Apple is seeking to use the new, smaller design due to packaging constraints from relocating the headphone jack."

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