TL;DR: Has anyone found a way to output call audio via a Lightning to 30-pin adapter? In my car I used to use a Lightning cable for power and a 3.5mm aux cable for audio. Getting fed up with connecting two cables every time I got in and out of the car, and anticipating a headphone jack-less iPhone 7, I looked into a more a elegant solution. I now use Lightning to 30-pin -> the old iPod Composite AV Cable -> RCA to 3.5mm. Convoluted but visually and functionally superior - it's all hidden in the glove box. Coupled with a great Brodit mount I now have my music, Sat Nav audio, Siri, and charging all over one cable that I can slot my phone into in an instant. Lovely. Except calls. Call audio still comes out of the built-in speaker, which is inaudible while driving. I remember this being a criticism a few years ago, but surely after years of Lightning being in the mainstream this is a problem that has been resolved somehow? Input appreciated!