According to iLounge, who’s generally reliable as far as Apple rumors go—the adapters that will make the iPhone 5’s smaller dock connector work with your 30-pin speakers and such will cost 10 bucks a pop, or three for $29. The future don’t come cheap! The pricing, if true—and if there’s even a new dock connector in the first place—is right in line with Apple’s $10 MagSafe 2 Converter, which sticks one magnet onto another magnet so that you can charge your current generation MacBook Pro. Read the full story at Gizmodo.
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