One thing I forgot to ask while I was at the Apple Store yesterday looking at the iPhone 5 is that since the Lightning connector contacts are all exposed, doesn't that mean you will electrocute yourself if you touch the contacts? All other charge plugs shield part of the contacts so that you can't accidentally make a full circuit with just your fingers touching the connector. However, with the Lightning connector, there is no such shielding. For example, a microusb plug has the contacts inside the trapezoidal metal box where you would have to poke it with some pins to make accidental contact. Perhaps this is what the microchips inside a Lightning cable is suppose to prevent? Just hope that those chips don't make a mistake or you could get 2 amps going through your chest.