First third-party Lightning to 30-pin adapters show up on Amazon for*$10-18

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  1. Che Castro macrumors 603

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    First third-party Lightning to 30-pin adapters show up on Amazon for*$10-18



    Look*what just popped up on Amazon: A company called Nanotch is offering pre-orders for 30-pin to Lightning adapters. There had been concern when a report last month said the 9-pin adapters were only going to cost $10 each*and Apple would be the sole manufacturer, but neither looks to be true.

    The company listed the following features:

    Lightning cable adapter for newest generation of Apple products.
    Adapter to use your new Apple products with older accessories.
    Use your iPhone 5 with older models of accessories.
    20cm cord.
    Small adapter for easy connection.
    There was some controversy in the first few hours of the iPhone 5 pre-orders because Apple’s Store website said a 30-pin adapter was included with the iPhone 5. Apple quickly removed the error but confused some customers*in the process.

    The Nanotch item is currently listed for pre-order. As with most third-party Amazon sales, buyer beware.

    Update: Another item, which more closely resembles Apple’s adapter,*is from seller ‘iTronz” below and ships next week:


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    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B009BPLVA...iveASIN=B009BPLVAI&adid=0ZE04A360JG5PAHMK4NG&


    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0097BU9I...iveASIN=B0097BU9I6&adid=01EVF9WHJ457H8YTQJN0&


    http://9to5mac.com/2012/09/16/first-3rd-party-lightning-to-30-pin-adapters-show-up-on-amazon-for-18/
     
  2. iHeartsteve macrumors 65816

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    Thanks for sharing. I keep dreaming that apple should have just supplied a free one.
     

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