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- Jun 18, 2010
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Following on from recent rumours that Apple would be including a 3.5 mm to Lightning adapter with the next iPhone, MacRumors has posted some new images and a video that support this rumour.
According to website Tinhte.vn, the adaptor seen in the images came from a Foxconn factory in Vietnam. The author of the story believes that the adaptor seen in the images and videos is a genuine Apple accessory.
It has to be said, the adapter shown in the pictures actually looks pretty neat, and very similar to current adapter’s sold by Apple, such as the USB-C to USB and Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet adapters.
The adapter shown in the pictures here looks simply like an extension of the 3.5 mm jack, and if included for free with the new iPhone, might make people feel a little better about losing the 3.4 mm jack, which is clearly what Apple is hoping.
Source: Possible iPhone 7 Lightning to 3.5 mm Adapter Surfaces in New Photos