Other than size, what exactly are the advantages of Lightning over 30-pin? The downsides are obvious - EOLing a decade-old standard, expensive and unreliable adapters, no increase in transfer speed - and I cannot for the life of me think why Apple would think that an insignificant size and mass reduction would be worth it. I find it pretty unreasonable that I should have to spend around US$100 on adapters just to have the same functionality as an iPhone 4 - that being the ability to charge my phone in my car, or plug it into a dock. And for no docks, FM transmitters, car chargers etc. to exist months after the launch of Lightning...it just doesn't make sense to me. Just what was Apple thinking?